Tip of the Week #14

Do not release the primary tort-feasor. If you release the person primarily liable and proceed against one secondarily liable, you may end up liable. Barsh v. Mullins, 1959 OK 2, 338 P.2d 845. The release of the employee releases the employer, as a matter of law.

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