New Bill Aimed At Cracking Down On Uninsured Motorists

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Being in a car accident is bad enough, but what happens when the other driver doesn’t have insurance? If they are at fault for the accident and you are left injured, their lack of insurance could make it very difficult for you to collect any compensation for their injuries and damages. (more…)

New Reckless Driving Law Stirring Debate In Oklahoma

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

A new piece of legislature in Oklahoma’s law books has stirred debate over whether it is too ambiguous or just doing the job of keeping state highways safer. According to News Channel 4, house Bill 1507–also know as Aaron’s Law–took effect in the state November first of this year. (more…)

Oklahoma School Cross Guard Shortage At Fault For Accident?

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Two students were hit by a car at a school crossing Monday morning in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, outraging those who had warned against the school cross guard shortage months ago.

In late July of this year, The Oklahoman reported Oklahoma City Schools were facing a shortage of crossing guards for the upcoming year, and many officials and parents were worried for the safety of the students. Officials said they were 33 guards short for the year but would find temporary replacements for slots that could not be filled. Officials also reminded drivers to slow down and encouraged parents review crosswalk safety with their children. (more…)

Foul Play Suspected In Oklahoma Pedestrian Accident

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

The Oklahoman reported that authorities suspect foul play is involved in an Oklahoma pedestrian accident.

The Oklahoma pedestrian accident occurred Saturday when the 36-year-old driver of a pickup struck a pedestrian, 46, on a rural Oklahoma road. (more…)