Wintery Weather Leads To Increase In Accidents In Oklahoma
Each year, Oklahoma sees its fair share of dangerous winter weather. Whether it is snow, sleet or ice on the roads, during times of inclement weather, it is especially important for those on the roads to stay alert and aware.
It is not always easy to prove negligence in a car accident. However, there are a myriad of factors that can lead to an accident, such as texting and driving, driving while intoxicated, or distracted driving like eating, applying makeup or changing radio stations. Unfortunately, these behaviors can lead to catastrophic injuries or death.
The law offices of Martin Jean & Jackson, Attorneys at Law, understand what it is like to be the victim of an accident. We have experience proving negligence, having utilized crash reconstructions, research, and the consideration of the entirety of the situation to learn what really happened.
Victims of car accidents are often entitled to compensation for their injuries. This may include, but is not limited to, medical expenses and rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. For fatal motor vehicle accidents, compensation may also include pain and suffering of the family over the loss of a loved one, funeral costs, and even future lost wages. It is generally important to have strong representation in court to weigh all the factors that played a role in the accident, and to come up with a strong case proving negligence played a role and that the victim or victims are entitled to compensation for the accident.
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