Severe weather liability measure signed into Oklahoma law
The ‘good Samaritan’ law protects Oklahoma residents from possible lawsuits during severe weather.
Oklahomans will not face the risk of being sued by someone they let in their home or business during severe weather who subsequently gets hurt, based on a measure signed into law Friday.
Gov. Mary Fallin signed House Bill 2419, which eliminates civil liability for any businesses or people providing access to a safe place during severe weather as long as they are acting in good...
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