rear-end collision

The most common type of motor vehicle collision in the United States is a rear-end collision. Although most rear-end crashes are not life-threatening, they can result in injury and significant property damage. Luckily, many of these types of accidents have been decreased by the advancement of crash technologies such as autonomous brake systems and warnings.…

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school zone sign

Although school buses are an extremely common mode of transportation for kids all over, they are still not without risk. Because of this, it is a good idea to understand the laws surrounding them and what you can do to keep yourself and students safe. Speeding in a School Zone Under Tulsa city law, no…

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Chad McLain on Good Day Tulsa

Attorney Chad McLain of Graves McLain visited Good Day Tulsa on KTUL on April 18th to discuss April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. During the discussion, he addressed the risks of distracted driving, as well as the penalties, distracted drivers can face. Watch the video here: What is Distracted Driving? According to the National Highway…

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woman selecting wine from shelf

New liquor laws went into effect in Oklahoma as of October 1st, 2018. While these changes have been well-received by beer drinkers and alcohol distributors, they have raised concerns with substance abuse and public safety experts. The changes have many concerned that expanded access could cause harm and raise the potential for abuse. A detailed…

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Police car lights

One man has died after a fiery one-car crash in the Tulsa County suburb of Jenks. An article on the accident is available here. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol states 21-year-old Austin Bulwin was speeding south down 33rd West Avenue toward 111th Street just west of Jenks city limits. He was killed in a crash when…

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