T. Luke Abel Discusses Limitations of Noneconomic Damages Cap in Op-Ed
Posted on Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 at 2:52 pm
In a recent op-ed piece in The Oklahoman, T. Luke Abel of the Abel Law Firm responded to an opinion piece published in the newspaper on July 9th that supported tort reform measures in the state. Specifically, Luke Abel discussed a client that he represented, and the injustice of this catastrophic accident victim having his noneconomic damages reduced from $5 million to $350,000 because of a cap on noneconomic damages that the Oklahoma Legislature instituted in 2011.
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