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Yes. The Oklahoma Governmental Tort Claims Act permits you to sue the State or local government for the torts of government workers acting within the scope of their employment and indemnifies the individual government worker from personal liability.
A. A claimant must present a claim against the state within one (1) year of the date the loss or injury occurs. If a claim is not filed within one (1) year of the date on which the loss occurs, then an individual is forever barred from bringing his or her claim.
Private citizens and third parties cannot, by law, file claims directly with OMAG. Instead, you must contact the Municipal Clerk of the Municipality involved. They will ask you to fill out and sign the Notice of Tort Claim form.
To file a claim against The City of Oklahoma City, start by reading the information below. Then call (405) 297-2451 or click here (PDF) for a claim form, fill it out and return it and all supporting documents to the City Clerks Office, 200 N Walker Ave., 2nd Floor, Oklahoma City, OK 73102.
Among other things, the reform placed a cap on what is known as noneconomic damages in tort lawsuits (originally at $400,000, later changed to $350,000).
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Tort means a legal wrong independent Tort means a legal wrong, independent of contract, involving violation of a duty imposed by general law resulting in a imposed by general law, resulting in a loss to any person, association or corporation as the proximate result of an corporation as the proximate result of an act or
Before you can bring a claim for personal injury or property damage under the Massachusetts Torts Claim Act, under M.G.L. c. 258 4, you must first present your claim in writing to the executive officer of the governmental body within two years from the date of your injury.
Important Notice Written notice is required by law and shall be filed with the County Clerk within one (1) year from the date of occurrence. It will then be sent to the County Claims of Oklahoma Claims Department located at 429 NE 50th Street in Oklahoma City, OK (Phone (800) 982-6212) for further investigation.

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