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July 15, 2013

Alabama Supreme Court bars lawsuit in Ada plane crash

Oklahoma City —

Alabama’s highest court ruled Friday that a lawsuit involving a deadly 2005 Oklahoma airplane crash is time-barred and must be dismissed.

The decision by the Alabama Supreme Court involves the second of two lawsuits filed in that state over the July 24, 2005, crash of a twin-engine airplane in Ada, Okla., that killed three members of a prominent Oklahoma family.

Those who died were Harland Brent Stonecipher, a pilot for a company then known as Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc.; his wife, Tina Lynn Stonecipher; and their 11-year-old daughter, Nicole Ann Stonecipher. Pre-Paid Legal Services is now known as LegalShield. 

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