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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Tort Reform Bill Moves to House Floor in Oklahoma

H.B. 1603 passed the Oklahoma House Judiciary Committee and now moves to the full House.   The bill would "cap non-economic damages; require an expert witness for pre-certification of a lawsuit; and eliminate joint and several liability, among other reforms."    More from Insurance Journal.


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