Oklahoma emergency care provider urges payment of legal fees
September 29, 2017
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — An emergency medical care provider in Oklahoma has authorized its attorneys to take a liability insurance company to court if needed to force the business to pay a claim aimed at covering legal costs.
Emergency Medical Services Authority has a liability insurance policy with Atlanta-based RSUI Indemnity Co. that covers its directors and officers in the case of losses brought through legal actions, the Tulsa World reported.
"The board authorized our attorneys, on EMSA's behalf, to take action up to and including a lawsuit with RSUI to compel them to cover us under the D...