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Oklahoma Car Accident Lawyers Offer Tips To Stay Safe On The Road This 4th Of July

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

This weekend is the 4th of July and for many, that means it’s time to hit the road for a vacation. According to an article from the Skiatook Journal, estimates show there will be 41.9 million Americans traveling farther than 50 miles from home—around 556,200 of whom are Oklahomans. (more…)

Mesothelioma Patient Awarded $6 Million In Damages

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that’s used in many construction materials because of its insulating and fire-resistant properties. However, exposure to asbestos can lead to the development of a deadly form of cancer known as mesothelioma. (more…)

Expanded Takata Airbag Recall Affects More Than 34 Million Vehicles

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Two weeks ago, auto parts manufacturer Takata Corporation expanded a massive vehicle recall stemming from faulty airbags the company manufactured and installed in several makes and models of vehicles in the U.S. Our Oklahoma defective product lawyers at Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys explain that it seems as though the recall may ( more... )

New Laws Regulate Asbestos Removal

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral that is used during the manufacturing of many items, such as construction materials. Unfortunately, exposure to Asbestos can result in an individual developing a deadly form of cancer, known as mesothelioma. (more…)

Oklahoma Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers Discuss Arbitration Agreements

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Oklahoma law protects a nursing home resident’s rights to health and safety; however, our Oklahoma nursing home abuse lawyers at Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys explain that many potential residents are being forced to waive those rights as part of the admission process. (more…)

Oklahoma Passes Law Banning Texting & Driving

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Distracted driving is quickly becoming one of the greatest hazards on road across the United States with Tennessee being one of the worst, and Oklahoma is no exception. Data from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol shows that as many as 1,700 Oklahoma car accidents were the result of distracted driving in ( more... )