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Date: 05-25-2024

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Karissa L. Hollis and Geneice M. Youngblood v. Lyrica R. Broad and Progressive Insurance Company

Case Number: CJ-2022-599

Judge: Kelly M. Greenough

Court: District Court, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

Plaintiff's Attorney: Caleb Salmon

Defendant's Attorney: Jon Starr for Lyrica R. Broad

Tim D. Cain for Progressive Insurance Company

Description: Tulsa, Oklahoma personal injury lawyer Caleb Salmon represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

A plaintiff in Oklahoma whose own negligence contributed to their injury, for instance, will have their damages reduced in proportion. And if the injured party was more negligent than the prospective defendant, he or she may not collect damages.

The following five elements may typically be required to prove negligence: The existence of a legal duty that theendant owed the plaintiff, Defendant’s breach of that duty, Harm to the plaintiff, Defendant’s actions are the proximate cause of harm to the plaintiff, and Defendant’s actions are the cause-in-fact of harm to the plaintiff.

Outcome: Unknown

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