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Oklahoma's Wrongful Death Laws are Complicated. From our 35+ years of successfully representing thousands & thousands of Oklahoma families in wrongful death and accident injury cases we have created some important informational articles we'd like to share with you.

We will be adding more to our Online Library of Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Articles -- so feel free to check back anytime.

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Our virtual Oklahoma injury law library is divided into "Stacks" of various accident and personal injury realted articles, specifically written to inform any Oklahoman who has been injured as the result of someone else's negligence. We hope you find this information useful and informative.

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Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles Compiled on Saturday December 16, 2017

Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer Link, Wrongful Death Cases Could Arise in Oklahoma

It has recently been reported that Talcum Powder, commonly found in some baby powders, might be directly linked to ovarian cancer in women who have used the product hygienically.

In one recent case, the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer successfully sued the manufacturer of the baby powder she had used for years, believing the product was safe.

If you, or any member of your family, has died from, or been recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and your doctor believes there is a link to talcum powder or baby powder -- you need the Best Oklahoma Personal Injury Lawyer on your side.

Our Oklahoma Personal Injury and Wrongful Death law firm, has successfully represented thousands of Oklahomans in over 35 years of practice. We have locations throughout Oklahoma.

Call us today for a free consultation, at 1-800-747-7353.

It has recently been reported that Talcum Powder, commonly found in some baby powders, might be directly linked to ovarian cancer in women who have used the product hygienically.

In one recent case, the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer successfully sued the manufacturer of the baby powder she had used for years, believing the product was safe.

If you, or any member of your family, has died from, or been recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and your doctor believes there is a link to talcum powder or baby powder -- you need the Best... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Oklahoma City Nursing Home Liability and Wrongful Death

When you make the difficult and often heart-wrenching decision to place your loved one in a nursing home, you expect they will be treated well and kept safe. Sadly, a large number of nursing homes fail in this regard, causing untold numbers of nursing home negligence and abuse cases. Self & Associates makes sure nursing homes are held liable in the event your elderly loved one is abused or neglected. In the event of their death due to negligence, we may be able to file a wrongful death suit.

Common forms of nursing home abuse and neglect include:

  • Unsanitary living conditions
  • Malnourishment
  • Failure to provide adequate medical care
  • Physical and sexual assault
  • Emotional abuse
  • Lack of attention

Any of these kinds of abuse and neglect can cause serious and irreparable harm. Bruises, broken bones, and other physical injuries may be ignored or neglected, or even unknown about due to lack of paying attention. Bed sores become infected and the residents become more prone to disease.

With the young and the very ill, the elderly are some of our most fragile members. It might not take much for them to succumb to their illness or injury. When this happens in a nursing home, you have the right to know the events surrounding their death. Most nursing homes are backed by insurance companies and armies of lawyers. They may do what they can to obfuscate the truth.

If you suspect the nursing home staff and doctors may have been liable for your loved one’s death, you need an experienced wrongful death lawyer on your side. Please contact Self & Associates to set up a no-obligation consultation in the Oklahoma City area. We also serve the entire state of Oklahoma.

When you make the difficult and often heart-wrenching decision to place your loved one in a nursing home, you expect they will be treated well and kept safe. Sadly, a large number of nursing homes fail in this regard, causing untold numbers of nursing home negligence and abuse cases. Self & Associates makes sure nursing homes are held liable in the event your elderly loved one is abused or neglected. In the event of their death due to negligence, we may be able to file a wrongful death suit.

Common forms of nursing home abuse and neglect include:


Fatal Falls and Wrongful Death Cases

Fatal falls are unexpected and tragic. Losing a loved one in an accident can leave you feeling angry and looking for answers, especially when their death was caused by the negligence of someone else. At Self & Associates, our wrongful deathattorneys are prepared to help you seek the compensation you need to start recovering from the loss of a loved one.

Falls are to blame for more deaths than they should in this country. Like personal injury claims, they are usually the result of someone not following the proper procedure or failing to maintain equipment correctly. Fatal falls can take your loved ones at any age in a wide range of circumstances, including:

  • Malfunctioning amusement park rides
  • Worksite accidents
  • Buildings with improper guardrails
  • Unsafe bridges

Our experienced wrongful death attorneys at Self & Associates may be able to help you recover medical costs, funeral expenses, and lost income for your family in this time of need. James Self has over 30 years of experience handling wrongful death claims. You can trust that he will fight for the justice your family deserves.

If you have lost a loved one to a fatal fall, please contact Self & Associates for your free consultation with an Oklahoma City wrongful death attorney.

Fatal falls are unexpected and tragic. Losing a loved one in an accident can leave you feeling angry and looking for answers, especially when their death was caused by the negligence of someone else. At Self & Associates, our wrongful deathattorneys are prepared to help you seek the compensation you need to start recovering from the loss of a loved one.

Falls are to blame for more deaths than they should in this country. Like personal injury claims, they are usually the result of someone not following the proper procedure or failing to maintain equipment correctly. Fatal falls... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Choosing a Wrongful Death Lawyer

If you have lost a loved one, you may be overwhelmed with both the emotional grief and economic burden of your loss. You may think that pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit is the last thing you need. You might think that pursuing a wrongful death will just be additional trouble and expense, but if you find the right wrongful death attorney, your lawsuit can be part of the healing process.

Not only will your lawsuit help you take care of some of the economic burden related to your loss, but it can provide emotional closure by making those responsible for your loss pay for their negligence.

The key, though, is finding a wrongful death attorney that you can trust to thoroughly and sensitively handle your case. You want an attorney who will put a minimum of burden on you, but will strive to give your loss the maximum voice the courts can provide.

There are many lawyers in Oklahoma City who will be happy to take your case, but only one wrongful death lawyer that is right for you. For tips on finding that lawyer, see choosing a wrongful death attorney.

If you want to talk to one of our lawyers, please contact Self & Associates in Oklahoma City to schedule a free consultation today.

If you have lost a loved one, you may be overwhelmed with both the emotional grief and economic burden of your loss. You may think that pursuing a wrongful death lawsuit is the last thing you need. You might think that pursuing a wrongful death will just be additional trouble and expense, but if you find the right wrongful death attorney, your lawsuit can be part of the healing process.

Not only will your lawsuit help you take care of some of the economic burden related to your loss, but it can provide emotional closure by making those responsible for your loss pay for their negligence.

The key, though, is... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Wrongful Death: Back-Over Accidents

Back-over accidents occur each year, causing serious injury and death. These types of accidents are exactly what they sound like: A vehicle backs over the victim. Those who are most vulnerable are children, especially those under five-years-old. Large vehicles with big “blind spots” and very quiet vehicles like hybrids are particularly dangerous. Most back-over accidents happen in driveways and parking lots, but they are preventable.

While a driver who is driving in reverse cannot always see everything, they must be very careful, especially around young children. Negligence in these kinds of accidents may lead to claims of wrongful death. As a family member whose loved one has been killed in a back-over accident in the Oklahoma City area, you are entitled to certain rights. Self & Associates will discuss your wrongful death claim during your free consultation

What You Can do to Prevent a Back-Over Accident

As a driver, be sure to look carefully behind your vehicle before you get in. If possible, walk around and behind the vehicle. Measure the blind spot on your vehicle by placing a cone behind the vehicle and see how far forward you must drive before you can see the cone. Take a look up and down the street for children on bicycles or playing in the area. Before you start moving, have children move away from the vehicle to a location where they are in full view. Always back up slowly and carefully.

As a parent or guardian, teach your children that just because they can see a vehicle doesn’t mean that the driver can see them. Teach children never to play behind a vehicle, and that a parked vehicle might start moving at any time. Make the driveway a no play zone. Trim landscaping around the driveway to ensure a clear sightline. When walking in parking lots, teach your children to hold your hand and walk carefully.

Even with all these precautions, accidents can still happen. A wrongful death lawyer can help if a family member has been killed in a back-over accident by a negligent driver.

If you need a wrongful death lawyer in the Oklahoma City area, please contact Self & Associates for a free initial consultation.

Back-over accidents occur each year, causing serious injury and death. These types of accidents are exactly what they sound like: A vehicle backs over the victim. Those who are most vulnerable are children, especially those under five-years-old. Large vehicles with big “blind spots” and very quiet vehicles like hybrids are particularly dangerous. Most back-over accidents happen in driveways and parking lots, but they are preventable.

While a driver who is driving in reverse cannot always see everything, they must be very careful, especially around young children. Negligence in these kinds of accidents may lead to claims of ... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Who Has the Burden of Proof in a Wrongful Death Case?

Wrongful death is a course of legal action that can be pursued by immediate family members of someone whose death was the result of another’s negligent conduct.

In wrongful death cases, the burden of proof rests with the plaintiffs, usually the spouse or children of the deceased. Oklahoma City wrongful death attorney James Self and the team at Self & Associates have extensive experience helping families pursue the financial peace of mind they need when the negligence of someone else causes the death of a loved one.

Wrongful death can be the result of a number of circumstances, including:

Because the situations that may contribute to wrongful death vary widely, the factors necessary to establish liability also differ. Generally speaking, a successful wrongful death case must establish that the defendant was obligated to prevent or refrain from the action that led to the death; the plaintiff or plaintiffs must also demonstrate the damages that were a direct result of the defendant’s actions.

At Self & Associates, we understand that no amount of compensation can make up for the loss of a loved one. But we can help relieve some of the burdens families feel after experiencing the wrongful death of a family member, and we are here to fight for the financial security you need when someone else’s negligence claims the life of an innocent person.

If you believe your family member’s death was due to the negligence of another, please contact Self & Associates for your free case consultation. Oklahoma City wrongful death lawyer James Self and the team at Self & Associates welcome clients from throughout Oklahoma.

Wrongful death is a course of legal action that can be pursued by immediate family members of someone whose death was the result of another’s negligent conduct.

In wrongful death cases, the burden of proof rests with the plaintiffs, usually the spouse or children of the deceased. Oklahoma City wrongful death attorney James Self and the team at Self & Associates have extensive experience helping families pursue the financial peace of mind they need when the negligence of someone else causes the death of a loved one.

Wrongful death can be the result of a number of... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Talcum Powder and Ovarian Cancer Link, Wrongful Death Cases Could Arise in Oklahoma

It has recently been reported that Talcum Powder, commonly found in some baby powders, might be directly linked to ovarian cancer in women who have used the product hygienically.

In one recent case, the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer successfully sued the manufacturer of the baby powder she had used for years, believing the product was safe.

If you, or any member of your family, has died from, or been recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and your doctor believes there is a link to talcum powder or baby powder -- you need the Best Oklahoma Personal Injury Lawyer on your side.

Our Oklahoma Personal Injury and Wrongful Death law firm, has successfully represented thousands of Oklahomans in over 35 years of practice. We have locations throughout Oklahoma.

Call us today for a free consultation, at 1-800-747-7353.

It has recently been reported that Talcum Powder, commonly found in some baby powders, might be directly linked to ovarian cancer in women who have used the product hygienically.

In one recent case, the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer successfully sued the manufacturer of the baby powder she had used for years, believing the product was safe.

If you, or any member of your family, has died from, or been recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and your doctor believes there is a link to talcum powder or baby powder -- you need the Best... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Choosing a Wrongful Death Attorney

It is hard to imagine a loss more tragic than that of a loved one. The grief that can follow is often overpowering, and the difficult life decisions necessary to carry on can seem too much to handle. If your loved one has been killed in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may first feel angry or confused. Having a compassionate and understanding attorney on your side gives you the room you need to breathe while necessary considerations for you and your family’s future are taken into account.

Experience and Compassion

When you lose a loved one due to wrongful death, you want to be sure the attorney you choose to represent you is both experienced and committed to your family’s wellbeing. For over 30 years, Oklahoma wrongful death attorneyJay Self has been helping victim’s families recover financially and emotionally from their loved one’s death.

When you come to Self & Associates for your free consultation, you will be given the personal attention and individualized care you deserve. We are entirely devoted to every client we see, and will make sure all of the practical considerations are taken care of while you take the necessary time to mourn.

Attorney Self can help you receive compensation including:

  • Lost wages and projected future wages
  • Loss of future financial contributions including college tuition and mortgages
  • End of life expenses
  • Associated medical expenses
  • Loss of partnership
  • Emotional suffering

You have a right to go through the grieving process without having to deal with future considerations. Having Self & Associates on your side can help ensure you are given the time you need to heal, and the full compensation you are due.

If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence in the state of Oklahoma, please contact the dedicated wrongful death attorneys at Self & Associates to schedule a free consultation today.

It is hard to imagine a loss more tragic than that of a loved one. The grief that can follow is often overpowering, and the difficult life decisions necessary to carry on can seem too much to handle. If your loved one has been killed in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you may first feel angry or confused. Having a compassionate and understanding attorney on your side gives you the room you need to breathe while necessary considerations for you and your family’s future are taken into account.

Experience and Compassion

When you lose a loved one due to wrongful death,... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Wrongful Death

In Oklahoma, a wrongful death claim can be filed by the surviving family members. This means that you, as a spouse or child of the victim, can file the claim and hold the responsible parties liable for the wrongful death. As a surviving family member, you must file your wrongful death claim within two years following the death of your loved one. You will not be able to seek compensation if you file the claim after the two-year timeline in Oklahoma.

The wrongful death of your loved one can be the result of many types of accidents including:

A wrongful death case can be very difficult to navigate. You may not know who to hold responsible for the death. Depending on the type of accident, there could be several parties that should be held financially responsible ranging from the driver of a vehicle to the manufacturer of a product or drug to a medical professional, or even your loved ones’ employer.

James Self, wrongful death attorney in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has experience helping the families of victims of wrongful death collect compensation for the loss of their loved one. In an evaluation of your case, Mr. Self will discover who is responsible for the loss of your loved one. He will compile the necessary paperwork needed to successfully file your claim and get the compensation you and your family deserve.

If your loved one was the victim of wrongful death, pleasecontact the skilled wrongful death attorneys at Self & Associates Personal Injury Law today. We represent victims in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Edmond and Midwest City, and statewide Oklahoma.

In Oklahoma, a wrongful death claim can be filed by the surviving family members. This means that you, as a spouse or child of the victim, can file the claim and hold the responsible parties liable for the wrongful death. As a surviving family member, you must file your wrongful death claim within two years following the death of your loved one. You will not be able to seek compensation if you file the claim after the two-year timeline in Oklahoma.

The wrongful death of your loved one can be the result of many types of accidents including:


How Long Do I Have to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

In Oklahoma, the law about wrongful death lawsuits is explicit and clear: your action must commence within 2 years of the date of death.

In some types of personal injury lawsuits, the statute of limitations may not begin to accrue until you discover, or should have discovered with due diligence, that your injury was due to negligence. This is the way medical malpractice lawsuits work, but with wrongful death, there is no such rule.

If you suspect your loved one’s death may have been due to the negligence of another person, you don’t have the luxury of waiting until you know for sure. You need to talk to a lawyer today to begin pursuing legal action.

The good news is that a lawyer can help you find the facts you need to be sure, one way or the other. And most lawyers handling wrongful death cases offer free consultations, so there’s no cost to talk to one or even several.

For a free consultation about your legal rights and options if you suspect your loved one suffered a wrongful death, pleasecontact Self & Associates in Oklahoma City today.

In Oklahoma, the law about wrongful death lawsuits is explicit and clear: your action must commence within 2 years of the date of death.

In some types of personal injury lawsuits, the statute of limitations may not begin to accrue until you discover, or should have discovered with due diligence, that your injury was due to negligence. This is the way medical malpractice lawsuits work, but with wrongful death, there is no such rule.

If you suspect your loved one’s death may have been due to the negligence of another person, you don’t have the luxury of waiting until you know for sure. You need to... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


What Types of Damages Can I Pursue In a Wrongful Death Case?

Wrongful death is a relatively new area in the field of personal injury law. Traditionally, if a person had a personal injury claim against another, that claim died with the claimant, but in modern society we recognize that people are bound to one another by a web of personal ties. When one person dies, it injures not just the one who died, legally known as the decedent, but everyone who is close to them. As a result, laws have been created to allow people to pursue legal claims after the loss of a loved one.

Because these laws are relatively new, they tend to vary more from state to state than other areas of personal injury. In Oklahoma, the following damages can be paid:

  • Medical and burial expenses, paid to the person or agency that paid them, or to the estate of the decedent if paid by the estate
  • Grief and loss of consortium (the right to company, help, affection, and sexual relations) to be paid to the spouse
  • Mental pain and anguish of the decedent, paid to the spouse and children, or next of kin
  • Loss of potential earnings during expected working life, paid to spouse, children, or next of kin
  • Loss of companionship to parents and children
  • Punitive damages may also be rewarded

This is many more damages than allowed by some states, and shows the value that Oklahoma puts on life and family ties.

At Self & Associates, we also stand to defend the rights of families, and believe that when they are torn apart by the negligence or deliberate misconduct of another person, that person should be made to pay the consequences in civil court as well as criminal court (when applicable).

To learn what damages might be available in your case, pleasecontact Self & Associates in Oklahoma City today for a free consultation.

Wrongful death is a relatively new area in the field of personal injury law. Traditionally, if a person had a personal injury claim against another, that claim died with the claimant, but in modern society we recognize that people are bound to one another by a web of personal ties. When one person dies, it injures not just the one who died, legally known as the decedent, but everyone who is close to them. As a result, laws have been created to allow people to pursue legal claims after the loss of a loved one.

Because these laws are relatively new, they tend to vary more from state to state than other areas of personal... Read More of this Article from our Oklahoma Wrongful Death Law Library: Complete Catalog of Wrongful Death Related Articles


Wrongful Death as a Result of Medical Malpractice

Improvements in medical technology and technique allow us to do many things we could not previously accomplish. We have diagnostic tools for detecting illnesses that were not named only a few decades ago. This should be saving many thousands of lives in the US. Unfortunately, medical errors kill an estimated 200,000 or more Americans every year, making it the third leading cause of death in the US.

Medical errors, often described as medical malpractice in legal terms, can cause death in many ways, including:

Many times, deaths occur suddenly and unexpectedly in what seem to be low-risk hospitalizations. This is generally due to a failure on doctor’s part to properly recognize significant risk factors. Sadly, patients often check in for routine procedures, and either never check out or are sent home with imminent threats to their life that result in death shortly after.

If you have lost a loved one due to suspected medical malpractice, you may be able to receive compensation for your loss. Please contact Self & Associates in Oklahoma City today for a free initial case evaluation.

Improvements in medical technology and technique allow us to do many things we could not previously accomplish. We have diagnostic tools for detecting illnesses that were not named only a few decades ago. This should be saving many thousands of lives in the US. Unfortunately, medical errors kill an estimated 200,000 or more Americans every year, making it the third leading cause of death in the US.

Medical errors, often described as medical malpractice in legal terms, can cause death in many ways, including:


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