A traumatic brain injury is caused by excessive force or violence to the head. Unfortunately, many victims may not know that symptoms can last for years after the initial accident.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the federal government agency responsible for regulating not only food and drugs but also biologics (things like vaccines, blood, and tissue), medical… Read More
The Day of Kindness is an annual event of charity and community goodwill. Each November, we give away thousands of Thanksgiving turkeys to Oklahomans in need.
Join us Friday, November 20, at 9 a.m. for the 11th Annual Day of Kindness! Along with the Oklahoma Association for Justice, Lawyers Fighting Hunger, the Food Bank of Eastern… Read More
Nursing home abuse can come in many forms. It could be in the form of forced restraint, whether physically or through the use of unprescribed medications. Or it could be… Read More
Each year, the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy hosts the Heroes Ball, where they honor Oklahomans who are heroes to Oklahoma’s children. This year, McIntyre Law’s senior partner, Noble McIntyre,… Read More
Dealing with the aftermath of a car accident can be overwhelming. The physical and emotional trauma of an auto wreck can cause ongoing pain and make performing simple tasks a… Read More
Sometimes, even highly educated medical professionals like doctors and other healthcare workers make mistakes. Among the most common types of healthcare mistakes are diagnostic errors, which can do more than… Read More
Anesthesia is often given to patients before they undergo surgical procedures. This medication numbs a patient and/or places them into a sleep state, allowing doctors or surgeons to operate without… Read More
For many people, undergoing surgery is a stressful, nerve-wracking experience. A successful outcome is never guaranteed, and there are many things that can go wrong beyond the patient’s control.