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Insurance Brokers Doing Business In Oklahoma Subject Themselves To Suit

Posted in Personal Jurisdiction
Insurance brokers from London traveling to Oklahoma and marketing for business subject themselves to the personal jurisdiction of the State of Oklahoma when negligence is alleged for their failure to fulfil obligations.  In Willbros USA, Inc. v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd”s of London, 2009 OK CIV APP 90,  Mandate Issued: 10-22-2009, the Oklahoma Court of Appeals determined a London-based insurance broker had … Continue Reading

Insurance Agent Responsible For Failing To Obtain Coverage

Posted in Agent Negligence, Liability
An insurance agent was held responsible for failure to obtain workers’ compensation coverage.  In a blog post by Tred Eyerly, a summary of the decision is set forth.  Essentially, the agent held herself out as an expert on insurance for certain types of automotive dealerships.  The plaintiffs purchased insurance without specifying any particular type of … Continue Reading

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