Aggressive Auto Accident Attorneys Assist Oklahoma Victims
Rogers County firm pursues compensation for people hurt in car accidents
Hundreds of injury-causing car crashes occur on the roads of Rogers County each year. Whether you’re traveling on Interstate 44 or on a northeast Oklahoma back road, your life can change instantly if you’re hurt in an auto accident. Located in Claremore, Price and Sears, P.C. works aggressively to help victims of vehicle collisions hold negligent drivers accountable and secure reimbursement for medical costs, time missed from work and other damages stemming from the crash.
Experienced injury lawyers handle all types of vehicle collision cases
As accomplished litigators with more than 35 years of combined experience, we are prepared to fight for full compensation in matters stemming from all types of auto accidents, including:
- Rear-end collisions
- T-Bone accidents
- Head-on crashes
- Pedestrian collisions
- Impacts with fixed objects
By reconstructing what led to the accident in detail, we develop strong arguments for use during insurance negotiations and in court.
What are the most common causes of car accidents in Oklahoma?
From a speeding driver to the unexpected entry of an animal onto the road, various factors can trigger auto accidents. Some of the most common causes include:
- Distractions — Motorists who talk on cell phones, eat while driving and give into other distractions present a serious danger. Should you suspect that the other driver in your case wasn’t paying proper attention, we review records and witness accounts to see if the distraction led to the crash.
- Drowsiness — Driving while drowsy seriously compromises one’s ability to react to what’s on the road. This can be an important factor in trucking accidents when commercial vehicle operators spend long hours on highways trying to complete their job.
- Drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs — When you believe you’ve been hit by a drunk driver or someone impaired by drugs, our firm thoroughly investigates the relevant circumstances even if no criminal charges have been filed.
Whatever contributed to the accident that injured you or a loved one, we are determined to maximize the financial recovery you receive through a settlement or verdict.
How is fault determined in an Oklahoma car accident?
In Oklahoma, people who are injured after a car accident can seek damages from the motorist who caused the crash rather than having to seek relief from their own insurance company first. This means finding a litigator with a proven record of success in this area is very important. While the state requires drivers to maintain certain minimum amounts of auto insurance, healthcare costs can easily go beyond someone’s coverage, requiring litigation to achieve full justice. It’s important to remember that the state’s modified comparative fault law allows plaintiffs to collect damages even if they are partly responsible for the collision as long as they are not held to be more than 50 percent at fault for the crash. Our firm will analyze the facts in your case and honestly assess the likelihood of a successful result.
Dedicated litigators seek reimbursement for crash injuries
A serious auto accident has the potential to cause significant harm to any part of the body. Presenting a thorough, well-supported case is a critical aspect of personal injury litigation. Whether you’re dealing with a traumatic brain injury, broken bones, back problems, burns or any other type of medical condition as a result of your crash, we collect the necessary legal and factual evidence to support your claim. After someone is lost in a fatal collision, we assist estate representatives and surviving family members in wrongful death actions.
Contact a skillful Oklahoma auto accident lawyer to set up a free consultation
Price and Sears, P.C. in Claremore advocates on behalf of northeast Oklahoma clients who have been hurt in car crashes and other types of vehicle accidents. Please call 918-379-4676 or contact us online to set up a free consultation regarding your case.