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Limo in deadly New York crash had bad brakes

Every year, thousands of Oklahoma residents hire chauffeured limousines to drive them to special events, such as weddings and parties. When they do so, they expect the vehicle to be well-maintained and safe. However, not all limo companies take that responsibility seriously.

Employer liability for murder outside the workplace

Oklahoma companies may be held liable for the negligent acts of their employees under some circumstances. Typically, employers are not held liable for acts by their employees that occur outside of the work environment. However, they could be held liable for acts that are "reasonably foreseeable" even if the harmful acts occur away from the workplace.

High school football player dies from head injury

A high school football player in Oklahoma died on Sept. 19 as a result of a head injury he suffered earlier in the month. The Bartlesville Wesleyan Christian High School student reportedly sustained the head injury when he was tackled during a football game. Although the tackle appeared to be routine, the boy required surgery after the incident.

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