What was supposed to be a good time with a concert at a casino turned into injuries for crew members, according to KOCO.
Peter Frampton and Yes were gearing up to play a concert at the Lucky Star Casino when the situation turned hazardous due to strong winds. The tent that was erected for the concert collapsed and injured six crew members, which could lead to Oklahoma workers’ compensation cases.
Most of the crew members suffered nonlife-threatening injuries, though one man suffered a broken leg, which may lead to Oklahoma workers’ compensation for the crew members.
The concert had to be rescheduled due to weather and the accident.
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The death of a man who died while working on an oilfield could lead to an Oklahoma worker’s compensation case, according to KFOR.
The accident that could lead to the Oklahoma’s worker compensation case occurred when the man was resting in a bunkhouse and pipes fell from the building above. The man’s crew was working when the pipes slipped, falling onto the area where the worker was resting.
Investigations for the accident that could lead to an Oklahoma worker’s compensation case are ongoing.
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The mother of a woman who was killed in a helicopter crash is filing an Oklahoma wrongful death suit against the family of the deceased pilot and the manufacturers of the helicopter, according to the Tahlequah Daily Press.
According to the Oklahoma wrongful death suit, the helicopter crash that left the pilot and the woman’s daughter dead occurred due to negligent operation on behalf of the pilot and faulty design in the helicopter on behalf of the manufacturer.
The Oklahoma wrongful death suit also claims that the pilot’s parents should have been aware or were aware of their son’s reckless flying.
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The wife of a man who was killed in an incident that could lead to an Oklahoma wrongful death suit is asking for the release of confidential evidence, according to KJRH.
The deadly incident that could lead to an Oklahoma wrongful death case occurred in 2007 when a Cintas worker fell into an industrial drier.
The widow of the worker wants evidence that has been sealed to be made public for the ongoing legal battle over the potential Oklahoma wrongful death.
Prosecutors say the evidence that is currently sealed is causing litigation to be prolonged and the legal fees outstanding.
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The Oklahoman reported that an off-duty deputy was hospitalized in critical condition at St. John’s Regional Medical Center after a one-car Oklahoma auto accident. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, speed and alcohol were both factors in the car accident.
The 35-year-old deputy was placed in an induced coma after suffering a broken back and potentially a broken neck. The driver lost control of his vehicle and hit a road sign, which caused his car to flip over twice, coming to rest upside down. The driver was thrown 42 feet from the vehicle in the Oklahoma auto accident.