Texting & Driving in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Texting & Driving in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Texting and Driving Accidents Since the introduction of mobile devices, drivers have become more and more emboldened to use them while operating a vehicle. In many cases, the combination of texting and driving has produced many fatal accidents. If you have been...
What to Know About Your Personal Injury Case

What to Know About Your Personal Injury Case

Injured In An Accident? 4 Things To Do That Will Help You Avoid Problems With Your Case If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s very important that you follow the proper procedures following the incident. Everything you do, or don’t do, will play...

Compensatory Damages

Compensatory damages are intended to compensate the plaintiff for the actual injury and harm that he or she has suffered. In other words, compensatory damages aim to make the plaintiff “whole.” Compensatory damages can be divided into two categories, damages for...

Cause In Fact

There are two types of causation: actual cause (cause-in-fact) and proximate cause. The defendant’s actions are the cause-in-fact of the plaintiff’s injury if the plaintiff would not have been injured “but for” the defendant’s wrongful act, or if the plaintiff’s...

Why Would You Need an Expert?

Posted by Richard Shallcross Why Would You Need an Expert? Because of the complexity of the subject matter of medical malpractice cases, it is generally held that the plaintiff must rely on expert testimony to support causation. Most medical issues are not within the...

Preponderance of the evidence

Posted by Richard Shallcross In medical malpractice cases, the burden is on the plaintiff to establish, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the defendant was the cause of the plaintiff’s injury. This simply means that the plaintiff must prove that it was more...
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