The word "accident" implies that it couldn’t be helped. But most accidents — a bad car wreck, a serious slip and fall, a workplace tragedy — could have been prevented. If your injuries were caused by someone’s negligence or intentional actions, that individual or business must be held to pay. You need experienced legal advocates who can prove fault and secure maximum damages.
Since 1977, the personal injury trial lawyers of Foshee & Yaffe have stood up for injured people in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and throughout western Oklahoma. Call us at 1-888-873-9238 for a free case evaluation.
Partners Jerry Foshee, Blake Yaffe and the rest of our team of attorneys represent clients in all types of personal injury cases, including:
Motor Vehicle Injuries
- Car wrecks
- Truck crashes
- Motorcycle collisions
- Pedestrians or bicyclists hit by cars
- Oilfield injuries
- Construction injuries
- Workers’ compensation
- Premises liability (slip and fall)
- Defective products
- Dangerous pharmaceuticals
Aggressive Pursuit of Your Full Damages
When a crash results in permanent, life-changing injuries, Foshee & Yaffe uses experts to establish the long-term financial needs of the victim and the family. In a fatal car accident or other deadly incident, we work with surviving family members to recover wrongful death damages.
- Insurance Dispute? We routinely fight large insurance companies when settlement offers are woefully low. Sometimes this involves bad faith insurance litigation to force insurers to live up to the policy.
- Turned Down For Disability? Foshee & Yaffe also takes on the government to win Social Security disability or disability claims for veterans for individuals whose claims have been denied.
Free Case Evaluation – 1-888-873-9238
You can reach Foshee & Yaffe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We make house calls and hospital visits for the seriously injured. We take personal injury and workman’s compensation cases on a contingency fee — we advance the costs of bringing a suit and we are not paid attorney fees unless our clients recover damages.