Koller Trial Law handles a wide array of personal injury cases.
There is no way the law can categorize every possible wrong one person does to another. Instead of doing that, Oklahoma law recognizes that every person owes a duty to every other person to avoid harming them.
If a person is not reasonably careful and, as a result, they hurt someone, they may be considered “negligent” in a civil case. This lack of care can either be an action, or a failure to act when a reasonable person would act to prevent an injury.
Negligence can fall under many different legal categories involving personal injury, such as:
With Koller Law Firm, the role of attorney advocate is taken seriously. A clear, objective and informed assessment from an experienced legal advocate will help you to determine what course of action is right for you. That is why we are honest about your case and your situation based on the facts and circumstances of your case.
Negligent conduct arises in all kinds of situations. Car wrecks are one of the more common. But the failure to consider another person’s safety also arises in:
Every employee of Koller Trial Law is trauma-informed and understands the need for extreme confidentiality.