Tulsa Personal Injury Lawyer

Fighting for the Injured with 30 Years’ Combined Experience

Have you or someone you love been injured through the negligence or recklessness of another? Personal injuries occur every day in this country through all kinds of incidents, from car accidents to criminal attacks. In the wake of such events, victims and their families must struggle with shock, anxiety, pain, lost income, medical expenses, and other burdens. 

If you have suffered injuries in this manner, you are protected under personal injury law. You have a legal right to pursue damages for the losses you have endured as well as any future losses related to the accident. To ensure that you are fairly compensated, work with a trusted personal injury attorney in Tulsa from Enlow Law. Insurance companies don’t have your best interests in mind, but we do. 

Contact us online or call (918) 212-5359 for a free initial consultation.


What are the Different Types of Personal Injuries Cases

Personal injury cases can arise from:

  • Auto accidents
  • Trucking accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Catastrophic Injuries
  • Slip and fall incidents on another’s property
  • Defective products
  • Dog attacks
  • Criminal attacks
  • Medical malpractice

You will have two years from the date of your injuries to pursue a claim against the at-fault party. You can pursue damages for both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages include your medical expenses, lost income or wages, and property damage (such as to your vehicle). Non-economic damages include pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, and any other loss considered intangible. In Oklahoma, non-economic damages are capped at $350,000, except in cases where the negligent party was grossly negligent, reckless, fraudulent, or had malicious intent.

How to Prove Negligence in an Oklahoma Personal Injury Lawsuit

To prove negligence in a personal injury lawsuit in Oklahoma, you must establish the following elements:

  • Duty of Care: The first step is to prove that the defendant owed you a duty of care. This means that the defendant had a legal obligation to take reasonable steps to prevent harm to you.
  • Breach of Duty: The next step is to show that the defendant breached their duty of care by failing to act in a reasonable manner. This means that they did not take the necessary steps to prevent harm to you.
  • Causation: You must establish a causal connection between the defendant's breach of duty and your injuries. This means that if the defendant had fulfilled their duty of care, your injuries would not have occurred.
  • Damages: Finally, you must prove that you suffered losses (or damages) as a result of the defendant's breach of duty. This includes physical, emotional, and financial damages.

Proving negligence means that you must present evidence that supports each of these elements. This evidence may include witness testimony, expert opinions, medical records, and other documentation. It is wise to hire our experienced personal injury attorney in Tulsa who can help you gather and present the necessary evidence to support your case.

Why You Need Our Tulsa Personal Injury Attorney on Your Side

Insurance companies are notoriously known for trying to limit or deny claims in order to protect their corporate profits. These companies also may employ their own legal staff dedicated to handling such claims. You need a tough and dedicated attorney who knows how to fight back against insurance company tactics and who will look out for what is solely in your best interests. Our team of seasoned litigators has the experience and skills needed to pursue a fair and just resolution that leaves you properly compensated.

Contact Enlow Law

Call 918-212-5359 to Schedule a Consultation 

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