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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…)

Two Teens Die In Oklahoma Car Crash

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

The Oklahoman reported that two Oklahoma teens died at the scene of a Seminole County auto accident on State Highway 56 Saturday.

The Oklahoma car accident victims died when the vehicle driven by 18-year-old Pelipe Aguilera ran off the road three times and rolled at least twice. Aguilera refused treatment for his auto accident injuries.


Auto Accident On Highway 75 In Oklahoma Results In Fatal Injury

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Last Sunday parts of Highway were closed for more than four hours after four vehicles were involved in an Oklahoma auto accident after heavy fog settled in the area. According to reports, a tractor trailer was turning left onto Highway 75 when a pickup truck struck the larger truck. The driver of the tractor trailer called 911 immediately after the Oklahoma car crash, and while doing so two more cars struck the large truck. (more…)

Oklahoma Auto Accident Results In Teen’s Death

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Earlier this week a woman who was accused of drunken driving and causing an Oklahoma auto accident, which resulted in the death of a 17-year-old passenger. The woman, who has a prior conviction for an alcohol-related driving incident, was sentenced to eight years in prison. (more…)

Oklahoma Lawmakers Consider Placing DUI Convictions On Licenses To Help Prevent Auto Accidents

by Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys

Rep. Scott Inman is on a mission to help prevent alcohol-related Oklahoma auto accidents by requiring anyone who has past DUI or DWI convictions to be required to have it noted on their drivers’ licenses. The reason is so bartenders and waiters will know who has a history of drinking and driving while intoxicated. Inman proposes that the notations remain on licenses for four years and can then be removed if that person has not received additional drunk-driving citations. (more…)