Tulsa Auto Accident Ends In Fire

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

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…)

Oklahoma City Boat Accident Kills 1

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

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.

Unfortunately, with any water activity come risks. One man’s family is dealing with the loss of a loved one after an Oklahoma City boat accident, according to KFOR. (more…)

Sleepiness At The Wheel Causes Tulsa Auto Accident

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

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.

Sleeping behind the wheel led to a Tulsa auto accident that injured a driver, according to News on 6. (more…)

Two Die In Tulsa Auto Accident

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

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…)

Heart Attack Causes Oklahoma City Auto Accident

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If your commute on Sooner road was slowed recently, it may have been because of a heart attack.

According to KOCO, a driver suffered a heart attack while behind the wheel, causing an Oklahoma City auto accident when he hit another vehicle head-on. (more…)

Tent Collapse May Lead To Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Crew

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

What was supposed to be a good time with a concert at a casino turned into injuries for crew members, according to KOCO.

Peter Frampton and Yes were gearing up to play a concert at the Lucky Star Casino when the situation turned hazardous due to strong winds. The tent that was erected for the concert collapsed and injured six crew members, which could lead to Oklahoma workers’ compensation cases. (more…)