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Tulsa Personal Injury Lawyers

Experienced Tulsa Litigators Helping Personal Injury Victims Throughout Northeastern Oklahoma

Suffering a severe personal injury can be a traumatic, jarring experience. You may be unable to work for a time while facing mounting medical bills, property damages, and other costs, as well as suffering psychological and emotional harm resulting from the incident. If the incident ended in the death of a loved one, you are likely trying to process the grief and devastation while also juggling the loss of an income and the legal implications. In such a trying time, you need help from a dedicated, compassionate, and effective personal injury legal team. We are here to help.

The seasoned and passionate Tulsa personal injury lawyers at Levinson Law, P.C., have decades of experience recovering millions of dollars in damages for personal injury clients in Greenwood and across Tulsa and Northeastern Oklahoma. We care about the people in our community and will fight to ensure that they get the recovery they deserve. Let us shoulder your legal burden so that you can focus on your recovery, your family, and getting your life back on track.

Helping Tulsa Victims Recover from Responsible Parties for Decades

Accidents do happen, and they are not always the result of negligent or reckless behavior. But when you are hurt because of someone else’s negligence, you have a right to recover for the damages you have suffered. You have a right to recover for your medical bills, physical therapy, nursing care, lost wages, disability, pain and suffering, and other damages. You should not be left alone dealing with recuperating from your injury in addition to mounting medical costs and missed work. We will make sure that you are not.

At Levinson Law, P.C., our dedicated and passionate Tulsa personal injury lawyers are ready to go toe-to-toe with anyone liable for your damages. We will stand up against defense attorneys, insurance companies, nursing homes, oil drillers, auto manufacturers, and even the local and state governments where appropriate. We will negotiate full coverage from your insurance company, negotiate adequate settlement amounts with defense attorneys, retain experts, collect evidence, file motions and argue in court, and where it serves your best interests, we will fight your claims through trial and beyond. We do not consider your job done until you have recovered the financial compensation you and your family deserve for the harm that you have suffered.

Dedicated Help With Any Personal Injury Matter

At Levinson Law, P.C., our seasoned Tulsa personal injury lawyers have decades of combined experience across a wide range of personal injury matters. Whether you were injured on the road, in a store, at someone’s house, or in a hospital or nursing home, our passionate and capable personal injury team is ready to fight for the damages you are owed.

Tulsa Personal Injury FAQs

If you were injured as a result of some else’s negligence, whether it was a car accident, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, slip & fall or other premises liability incident, or any other type of injury, you might be entitled to monetary recovery from the parties responsible. Below are answers to a few of the more common questions clients ask regarding personal injury claims from the Tulsa personal injury attorneys at Levinson Law, P.C.

What is the time limit for filing a personal injury claim?

Most legal claims have a time limit, known as a “statute of limitations.” In order to seek damages, you must file your claim within the time limit. Individual cases may vary based on special circumstances, but generally, personal injury cases in Oklahoma must be brought within two years from the date of injury.

If the injured party is a minor, or if the case involves certain particular types of claims, the limitations period might differ. Additionally, in some cases, the statute of limitations can be “tolled,” meaning the limitations clock does not start ticking until a later date.

What types of damages are available for my Tulsa personal injury claim?

Whether you have a claim for personal injury or wrongful death, there are generally two categories of damages you can seek: economic and noneconomic. Economic damages are those that can be easily quantified, while noneconomic damages are harder to quantify but are no less real.

Economic damages include costs like:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses, past and future
  • Property damage

Noneconomic damages include harm such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Disfigurement
  • Loss of life enjoyment

Additionally, if the defendant was especially reckless or malicious, you might be entitled to punitive damages. These are additional damages beyond those necessary to “compensate” an injury victim and are intended to punish wrongdoers. If your loved one was killed by a drunk driver, for example, you might have a claim for punitive damages.

Are there limits on the damages I can recover?

Oklahoma, like some other states, places caps on the amount of damages a personal injury victim can recover. Economic damages are generally not limited, other than that they must be tied to actual damages proven. Noneconomic damages (e.g., pain and suffering) in Oklahoma used to be capped at $350,000, but the Oklahoma Supreme Court recently overturned that cap, finding it unconstitutional.

What is “comparative fault,” “comparative negligence,” or “shared fault,” and how will it affect my claim?

Comparative negligence is a doctrine that reduces the damages available to a plaintiff based on their percentage of responsibility for causing the incident that led to the injury. Oklahoma follows a “modified comparative negligence” rule, which says that a plaintiff’s damages will be reduced by their percentage of fault, up to 50 percent. If the plaintiff is more than 50 percent at fault, they cannot recover any damages.

For example, suppose a car accident victim suffers $10,000 in damages when they are hit by a driver who runs a stop sign. The victim, however, was texting while driving at the time of the accident. If the judge or jury finds that the victim was 30% at fault, then their maximum recovery would be $7,000. If the judge or jury finds that the victim was 51% at fault because they were texting, then the victim cannot recover anything.

If you’ve been hurt as a result of someone else’s negligence in Tulsa or throughout Northeastern Oklahoma, call Levinson Law, P.C., today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. Our Tulsa personal injury lawyers can travel to your location if you are unable to make it to our offices. We are here to help you fight for the recovery you are owed, whatever it takes. Hablamos español.

Trusted Advice and Representation Regarding Your Tulsa Personal Injury Claim

If you’ve been hurt as a result of someone else’s negligence in Tulsa or throughout Northeastern Oklahoma, call Levinson Law, P.C., today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. We are here to help you and your family recover after someone’s negligence, recklessness, or deliberate malice has caused injury and harm to you and your family. We strive to tailor our representation to your personal needs, and we work to make ourselves available to you in whatever capacity you require. Our Tulsa personal injury lawyers can travel to your location if you are unable to make it to our offices. We are here to help you fight for the recovery you are owed, whatever it takes. Hablamos español.

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