Workers Compensation and Independent Contractors

In Oklahoma, Workers Compensation and Independent Contractors status determines if you are covered under workers comp insurance.  Oklahoma boasts of being the “Heartland of America”.  This includes a large population of middle class and blue collar workers.  Often, these workers will fall into one of two categories:  an employee or an independent contractor.  However, depending […]

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OKC Attorneys Discuss Oklahoma Child Abuse

Oklahoma Child Abuse is a charge that the Oklahoma District Attorneys Office aggressively prosecutes. In May of 2017 an Oklahoma couple was placed under arrest for child abuse.  The woman’s two year old son had injuries consistent with prolonged abuse.  These include: 17 rib fractures, a partially healing left shoulder fracture, torn skin in his […]

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OKC Attorneys Examine Wrongful Amputation in Medical Malpractice

Wrongful Amputation in Medical Malpractice are some of the most horrific examples of medical negligence. Amputations are unfortunately a more common surgery than most people realize.  Approximately 185,000 amputations occur annually in the United States alone.  Of these surgeries, a significant number are botched.  Further, some even result in wrongful amputation of the wrong limb.  […]

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Oklahoma Holographic Wills Attorneys

Oklahoma Holographic Wills are legal so long as the will stratifies Oklahoma estate planning requirements. Because passing on is an inevitable reality, it is important to create a will to have your affairs prepared.  Your surviving loved ones can follow your final wishes instead of having to go through a lengthy and often negative experience to […]

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OKC Attorneys Discuss Making a Will in Oklahoma

Making a will is an important step in your Estate Planning goals.  Nearly 250,000 Oklahoman’s between the ages of 45 and 65 do not have a last will and testament in place.  As result, over $1 billion is left to intestate succession laws.  Oklahoma’s intestate laws, while aiming to be fair, do not always reflect […]

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OKC Attorneys Explain Oklahoma City Violation of Protective Order

In Oklahoma City on October 19, 2016 the OKC law enforcement conducted a warrant sweep for offenders of domestic violence.  This is an undertaking by the force each year to gather all offenders on outstanding warrants and is part of the National Family Violence Apprehension Detail.  While the sweep was in process, officers put a […]

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Oklahoma City Burglary Attorneys Discuss Burglary Charges

If you’ve been charged with burglary in Oklahoma our Oklahoma City Burglary attorneys can help. In Oklahoma, first degree burglary and second degree burglary share some commonalities.  However, there are clear differences that could change a maximum jail sentence by up to 13 years.  Read on to understand the difference between first and second degree […]

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OKC Attorneys Investigate Embezzlement in Oklahoma

Embezzlement in Oklahoma is a common Oklahoma City crime. Some situations we’ve seen include Two city of Tulsa Water and Sewer Dep’t. employees have been charged with embezzlement of over $135,000.  The employees were given credit cards to make purchases for the department.  However, they often purchased personal items for themselves instead.  Both offenders are […]

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Oklahoma City Public Intoxication

Oklahoma City public intoxication is a misdemeanor crime in Oklahoma. In 2015, an Emerson Alternative school teacher was arrested for public intoxication.  She was not present for the beginning of her science class when a colleague noticed her in her vehicle in the parking lot.  The teacher had a strong odor of alcohol, and attempted to leave […]

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