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The Government is Negligent – Now What? Can you Subrogate and What are the Limits?
Recorded On December 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
“The King Can Do No Wrong.” Under English common law, the king was considered divine and free from error, and therefore, free from legal accountability. This concept – called “sovereign immunity” – remains alive and well today in our civil justice system, although it has been altered slightly. While our state and federal governments are afforded significant protection from civil lawsuits, and the damages that can be collected from the government may be limited (i.e., “caps”), there are some exceptions…READ MORE