Jeremy Thurman

Football Players Feel Long-term Effects of the Game

Now that Super Bowl XLVII is over and fans across the country are reveling in victory, or languishing in defeat, let’s take the dialogue beyond the halftime show and commercials,… Read More

Bugaboo Strollers Recalled Due to Hazards

Bugaboo International, the makers of high-end baby strollers, announced a recall of more than 50,000 strollers this past week. The strollers have been recalled due to a defect with the… Read More

Flu Widespread in Oklahoma, Shots Still Available

A release from the Oklahoma State Department of Health on January 10, indicated that 345 people have been hospitalized and eight have died since the beginning of this flu season… Read More

Total Hip Replacement Surgery Increases Risk of Stroke

In a study by the American Heart Association, researchers found the risk of stroke increases exponentially in the weeks following a total hip replacement. Patients, who have recently undergone hip… Read More

What You Can Do to Avoid a Car Accident

When you think about car accidents, you typically think about the injuries and damage that they can cause. A car accident that creates no injuries or fatalities is preferable to… Read More

Banana Boat Recalls Sunscreen Due to Fire Risk

Energizer Holdings, the maker of Banana Boat Sunscreen, has recalled a half-million bottles of aerosol sunscreen after five burn incidents were reported over the past year. Banana Boat makes over… Read More

Preventative Measures for Tired Drivers

Over the weekend, an Oklahoma City man fell asleep at the wheel while driving southbound on County Road 250 in Woods County. Thomas McDermott, 47, was driving a 2011 ford… Read More

Car Accident Prevention with Collision Avoidance Technology

Imagine if car accidents could be prevented by the cars themselves. It’s not science fiction, and it’s not very far off. As Oklahoma car accident attorneys, we’re always interested in… Read More

Oklahoma Workmans Comp May Soon Change

To save money spent on workmans comp, Oklahoma policymakers plan to overhaul the state’s program, and change it from a court-based system to an administrative one. While the number of… Read More

Oklahoma Sees Fewer Car Crashes, More Injuries

Danny Lloyd Weaver wasn’t wearing a seat belt when his truck veered off Drummond Road in Pottawatomie County on June 23, 2012. His vehicle hit an embankment, and then a… Read More

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