Have you been injured in a car accident?

Our Car Accident Help site is designed to be a one-stop source for anyone who has suffered personal injuries in a car crash. It is also a helpful resource for someone whose loved one has been injured in an Oklahoma car crash. Speak to one of our representatives at (405) 285-4357 if you have any questions, or fill out our form to get your free, instant, no obligation accident analysis. We have Oklahoma car accident attorneys on staff who know the law and can defend your rights.

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Oklahoma City Driving Risks & Resources

According to WalletHub, Oklahoma City is ranked 34th as a drivable city based on a combination of ownership and maintenance costs, infrastructure quality & traffic, auto safety, and auto maintenance costs and availability.

What Makes Oklahoma City So Dangerous?

According to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, the 5-mile length of I35 running between SE 15th and NE 36th is the single most dangerous road in the entire state. Why? The single most common reason that 15 people were killed between 2007 and 2012 was driver inattention.

In another recent report, Oklahoma was named to a frightening Top 10 list - that of the most dangerous states for driving. It was reported as the 5th most dangerous driving state based on the total number of roadway fatalities, average number of deaths per 100,000 state inhabitants, use of seat restraints, and blood alcohol levels.

What Should Parents Of Students In OK City Do?

Assuming that many readers are parents of students attending schools in Oklahoma City, the stark realities presented above may be disconcerting, to say the least. But the good news is that there are options that can help even out-of-state students arrive (and get around town) safely.

There is an Amtrak station, an airport, and many bus and public transportation options for students in Oklahoma City. While students at Oklahoma State University are permitted to bring (and park) a car on campus, this is not essential. There are ample bus options that are free to use for students. There are also carsharing services available such as Zipcars.

What Should You Do If You Or A Loved One Is Involved In An Accident?

There are a few mandatory steps that must be taken by anyone involved in an accident. First, be sure that the driver stops at the scene and renders aid whenever possible. Leaving the scene of an accident can result in the imposition of criminal penalties for a hit-and-run. Also, since a police report is mandatory anytime there is any sort of injury or more than minimal property damage, calling 911 and getting a police response is a wise choice. Similarly, emergency medical services may be needed to avoid making an already injured person worse.

The next thing to do, of course, is to seek prompt medical attention. There are several options available in Oklahoma City including:

  • A Trauma One Center at Oklahoma University Medical Center
  • A Level Two Trauma Center at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center
  • A Level Three Trauma Center at Mercy Health Center

For details about these treatment and care providers, visit https://www.caraccidenthelp.com/auto-accident/oklahoma-treatment-facilities.html.

In any event, dealing with the aftermath of an automobile accident can be a traumatic experience. Especially given the significance of "fault" in Oklahoma, knowing and understanding the facts and the law is important in evaluating legal rights and responsibilities. Talking to an Oklahoma car accident attorney for advice and counsel is a wise choice. If you or a loved one was involved in an accident, call Car Accident Help sponsored by Maples, Nix, and Diesselhorst at (405) 285-4357.

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Getting Support for Your Car Accident

The period after a car collision can be devastating and chaotic for crash victims and their families. This is the time when you can use all the support and resources you can get. The team at Car Accident Help are committed to providing you with the information and resources you need during these challenging times. If there are any questions you may have or want to know your legal rights, contact us today for a free initial evaluation to see if you have a case.

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Who We Are

The team at CarAccidentHelp.com created this site to provide a resource to those who have just been in an accident and need someone on their side. The insurance companies are not looking out for your best interests and you need an advocate who knows the laws in Oklahoma and will fight for you. We help you figure out if filing a lawsuit is right for your situation, and connect you with lawyers who can determine if you have a case.

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