Personal Injury

Personal Injury

It is important to begin working with an experienced personal injury attorney as quickly as possible after an accident or death that was caused by someone’s negligence. Because of the research and investigation involved, you want to make sure your suit is filed in time.

Auto Collision

Automobile accidents can be devastating and can result in a host of injuries from minor cuts and bruises to spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries. When someone is at fault for an accident, we can help you recover financially for lost wages, pain and suffering and medical expenses including tests, rehabilitation, and medication.

Motorcycle Collision

Motorcycle operators are particularly vulnerable when traveling. Injuries are often far more serious than those involving car operators due to the lack of protection. Head and spinal cord injuries and broken bones are common. If you are involved in a motorcycle accident because another driver failed to exercise caution, we can help you recover economic damages.

Wrongful Death

When you lose a loved one because a driver was intoxicated on the roadways or you lose a loved one because someone deliberately fired a weapon, set a trap that ensnared a loved one, we can help hold them accountable.

Catastrophic Injury

Head and brain injuries that lead to paralysis, loss of a limb due to crushing injuries sustained in a roadway accident and internal organ damage are all life-altering injuries. When these injuries are caused because of a third party’s negligence, you need an aggressive attorney to help compensate you for lost wages and long-term medical care.

Construction Accidents

Construction sites are responsible for more deaths on an annual basis than any other workplace. Death can be as a result of a fall, crushing accidents caused by forklifts or cranes or other construction site hazards. When you have lost a loved one in a construction accident or if you have been seriously injured on a construction site, we can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Personal injury laws can be very confusing especially since Oklahoma statutes include a comparative fault clause. What this means is that if you are found to be partially responsible for the injuries you sustained, your final award could be reduced. In addition, if for any reason it is proven you were 50 percent at fault, you may not collect any compensation. While we understand that no amount of money will ever compensate for the loss of a loved one, we will fight hard to ensure the responsible person is held accountable financially for their actions.

Contact Greer and Tarvin, PLLC today to schedule a consultation with an experienced Rogers County, OK personal injury attorney.