Negligence Doctrine: Modified Comparative Negligence – 51 Percent Bar
Circuit # 9

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Med Pay Subrogation - Yes
PIP Subrogation - No

Statute of Limitations

  • Statute of Repose: Products N/A
  • Statute of Repose: Real Property 10 years
  • Breach of Contract (Written) 5 years
  • Personal Property 2 years
  • Personal Injury 2 years
  • Warranty 5 years

Able to Pursue Owner

Sue Owner for Negligence – NO
Suspend Owner’s License – YES

Deductible Reimbursement

Pro Rata State
Okla. Admin. Code § 365:15-3-8


(Note: ALL states allow garnishment for child support, alimony, taxes and federal student loans)

Oklahoma specifically authorizes Post-judgment wage attachment; Entry of judgment is a condition precedent to a wage attachment; The judgment creditor has the option of a non-continuing wage attachment that lasts one pay period or a continuing wage attachment that lasts 180 days; 75% of the debtor’s wages are exempt from wage attachment; Note: This 75% exemption could increase if the debtor establishes hardship

Parental Responsibility

Unemancipated Minor (Under 18)
Dollar Limit on Parents’ Liability: Parent liable for retail price of merchandise if merchandise un-sellable, or percentage of diminished value of merchandise plus costs and attorney’s fees
Liability imposed when child takes merchandise from business with intent of converting merchandise to child’s use

Subrogation by Landlord's Carrier against Tenant

No, unless lease clearly allows subrogation

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