After an injury, it is hard to know where to turn. Here are some resources that can help support and reinforce your claim regardless of whether you were injured in Oklahoma, Texas, or Arkansas.

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Medical Malpractice

  • National Patient Safety Foundation

    The National Patient Safety Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded in 1997, is committed to improving the safety of care provided to medical patients. If you or a loved one has been the victim of medical negligence in Texas, Oklahoma or Arkansas, you may wonder if any patient safety measures were violated. The NPSF website gives you helpful information to learn more about these safety measures and help you get a better understanding of your claim.

  • American Medical Association

    Was your doctor guilty of Texas, Oklahoma or Arkansas medical malpractice? Negligence can be hard to prove. With resources found on the American Medical Association website, you can learn more about the rules your doctor and medical team must follow, helping strengthen your medical malpractice claim.

Car Crashes

  • Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department

    Arkansas is filled with beautiful streets and highways. Unfortunately, when traffic laws are not obeyed and construction or other safety hazards cause a car accident in Arkansas, you may be left to pick up the pieces. This website will help you stay informed as you travel through the state, and it can serve as a guide if you are involved in an Arkansas car crash.

  • Oklahoma Department of Transportation

    Each state has its set of driving laws. If you were involved in an Oklahoma traffic accident, you may need to reference these laws to help with your claim. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation website gives you access to the information you need to validate your claim with the insurance company.

  • Texas Department of Transportation

    In a Texas car accident, it can be difficult to tell which driver was following the rules and which was not. A traumatic event such as a Texas auto accident may also leave you afraid to get back in the car. With help from the Texas Department of Transportation, you can get the latest information about current driving laws, dangerous construction areas, and more.