Richardson v. Omni Behavioral Health

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Richardson v. Omni Behavioral Health

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April 7, 2021
Case Time
1:00 PM
Case Summary

A-20-0482, Angela Richardson on behalf of William Earl See, Jr., a protected person (Appellant) v. OMNI Behavioral Health

Douglas County, District Court Judge Michael Coffey

Attorney for Appellant:  Theodore R. Boecker, Jr. (Boecker Law, P.C., L.L.O.)

Attorney for Appellee:  Dan H. Ketcham & Samuel A. Huckle (Engles, Ketcham, Olson & Keith, P.C.)

Civil Action:  Negligence

Action Taken by Trial Court:  The district court dismissed the action by granting summary judgment for appellee on vicarious liability and negligent entrustment.

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  The appellant’s eight assignments of error relate to the appellant’s claims that the district court erred in granting OMNI’s motion for summary judgment (1) due to OMNI’s failure to file a statement of undisputed facts and (2) due to its failure to find that OMNI assumed a nondelegable duty and/or there remained material questions of fact including whether Martina Wall-Crawford was acting as OMNI’s agent at the time of the accident, whether the Walls or Martina Wall-Crawford maintained inadequate automobile insurance coverage, and that OMNI negligently allowed Martina Wall-Crawford to transport See. Richardson also contends that the district court erred in overruling Richardson’s motion to alter or amend or for new trial.

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Pirtle, Chief Judge, Arterburn and Welch, Judges