Work Related Hand Injuries

Work Related Hand Injuries

Work Related Hand Injuries are covered by Oklahoma workers compensation insurance. Over 1 million hand injuries occur nationwide each year in the workplace.  This is often a result of repetitive use.  Some examples of this are constant typing and use of a mouse or mechanic jobs where the laborer is always turning a wrench.  However, […]

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Filing a Workers Compensation Claim Oklahoma

Filing a Workers Compensation Claim

Filing a Workers Compensation Claim in Oklahoma is how your claim for benefits begins. With all the changes in the past few years, Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation has changed in a big way.  This may make you wonder how it works now.  The good news is, Oklahoma still uses Workers’ Compensation for those on-the-job injuries.  In […]

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Creating a Trust For Oklahoma Estate Planning

Creating a Trust For Oklahoma Estate Planning

Creating a Trust for Oklahoma Estate Planning affords you more flexibility in your estate planning options. Creating a trust is often an essential part of your estate planning process.  Estate planning Attorneys use varying types of trusts depending on your specific needs and wants.  This allows you to have control over the assets, may protect […]

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Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce

Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce

Dividing Debts in Oklahoma Divorce is not as simple as who acquired the debt and when. When you’re going through a divorce there’s more involved then child custody and visitation. Often times the emotion involved with deciding about child custody and the divorce process itself may cloud issues surrounding dividing marital debt. Given the complexity […]

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Describing Oklahoma Common Law Marriage

Oklahoma Common Law Marriage

Oklahoma Common Law Marriage is a thing and lots of people call asking about it each day.Oklahoma is a state that recognizes common law marriage.  The existence of a common law marriage has legal ramifications though.  Most people are unaware of these.  It is therefore, important to know if you are in a common law […]

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OKC Family Lawyers Explain Emergency Custody Orders in Oklahoma City

Emergency Custody Orders in Oklahoma City

Emergency Custody Orders in Oklahoma City are filed on a daily basis in and around Oklahoma County. In November of 2017, a Muskogee couple lost their children in an Emergency Custody order.  The children, ages 7 and 8, sought help from a neighbor when they could not awake their parents.  The neighbor, upon entering the […]

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Peeping Tom Charges in Oklahoma

Peeping Tom Charges

Peeping Tom Charges in Oklahoma can be devastating if you are convicted of the crime. A Rogers County man is facing Peeping Tom charges after an alleged find on his work computer.  Trevor Thompson was reported to authorities after supervisors at Thompson’s company found pornography and over 76 GB of up-skirt photos of women on […]

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OKC Criminal Attorneys Discuss Domestic Abuse Charges

domestic abuse charges

Domestic Abuse Charges in Oklahoma are prosecuted aggressively by the OKC district attorneys office. Recently an Oklahoma City area police officer currently faces charges on domestic abuse against her husband.  The couple was in an argument, which became physical.  During the physical fight, the police officer struck her husband in the head using a curling […]

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Defending Assault and Battery in OKC

Defending Assault and Battery in OKC

Defending Assault and Battery in OKC takes skilled criminal defense attorneys. On June 3rd, 2017 Oklahoma City police officers put a man under arrest for assault and battery.  The man went to the house of an acquaintance.  Upon arriving he demanded the owner of the house pay him $5.  The owner refused, saying he did […]

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Workers Compensation and Independent Contractors

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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