Information In Tulsa
Injury, wrongful death, or damage to property due to a car accident may be at no fault of your own. If you are experiencing the consequences of another's error in an auto crash, they may be held liable.
Oklahoma Car Accidents
According to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, in 2015 there were 199 motor vehicle accidents per day in the state, with half causing injury or fatalities. These car wrecks account for millions of dollars in medical expenses and damaged property in Oklahoma, not to mention lost wages due to missed work and the cost of insurance deductibles. Some more permanent results like medical conditions requiring continued treatment (paralysis for example) or death may alter an individual's or family's life.
Competent in both federal and state regulations for motor vehicle law, the attorneys at Keith & Associates are ready to analyze your case, explain your rights, and find compensation for you if the other party is at fault in your car accident.
The firm has established a record of successful court verdicts and settlements for its clients and urge you to seek help if you have been involved in a car accident as soon as possible. Time is important in order to secure witnesses and gather evidence for your case.
Types of Motor Vehicle Accidents to consider include:
- Car and truck accidents
- Public transportation accidents
- Boat and train accident
- Accidents caused by conditions unsuitable on public property
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Faulty vehicle barriers causing an accident
- Vehicle defects causing an accident
If you are in a car accident, it is critical you first seek medical care, contact your insurance company, and then contact an attorney. All prior to giving a statement to the other party's insurance provider so that you protect your rights!