Auto accidents can have a number of effects on drivers. Some, if they are at fault, may improve their driving habits. Others may become more cautious, defensive drivers. Chances are that the driver involved in this Tulsa auto accident was thankful for his life. (more…)
Motorcyclists face all kinds of dangers on the road. What may be a less severe auto accident to drivers of cars may prove serious for motorcycle drivers.
As summer winds down, many people are spending the final days of the season doing their favorite summer activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing.
Warnings are sufficient for some; however, for others a warning has little effect. Unfortunately, two drivers were killed despite police efforts to cut down on the fatalities over the holiday weekend, according to the McAlester News-Capital. (more…)
No time is a good time for tragedy, but certainly not on a birthday.
Any medical condition can be frustrating to the patient who suffers inconvenience or pain as a result. However, medical conditions can sometimes contribute to Oklahoma City auto accidents.
When we think of distracted or impaired driving, drunkenness and cell phone usage often come to mind. However, a natural body process can be just as dangerous on the road and lead to Tulsa auto accidents.
Sometimes the cause of a Tulsa auto accident is clear: A driver stops suddenly, runs a red light, or turns in front of another vehicle. Other times, however, the cause is not a simple matter.
Unfortunately, that is the case with a fatal Tulsa auto accident. (more…)
If your commute on Sooner road was slowed recently, it may have been because of a heart attack.
Sometimes people involved in Tulsa auto accidents flee the scene, but rarely do they leave a trail behind them. That’s what happened in a Tulsa auto accident in which the victim abandoned the truck at a construction zone and left a trail of blood when he fled, according to KJRH. (more…)