Insurer to pay $100K in 2015 Oklahoma State homecoming crash
June 30, 2017
STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) — An insurance provider whose imprisoned client drove into a crowd at Oklahoma State University's 2015 homecoming parade will provide $100,000 to the victims.
A judge is expected to decide how the money will be divided during an August hearing, The Oklahoman reported (http://bit.ly/2s9hOM9 ).
Mark Smiling, an attorney for Farmers Insurance, said the victims, along with medical care and insurance providers, won't receive a lot of money. He said that's common when there isn't enough insurance proceeds to pay for an accident's full damages.
"It's totally up to the judg...