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Public entities got good news Tuesday when an appeals court ruled in a published opinion that they can't be held liable for their 9-1-1 operators' negligence
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
An appeals court rules in a published opinion that public entities can't be held liable for their 9-1-1 operators' negligence
A public entity employer cannot be held liable for its 9-1-1 operators' conduct regardless of their level of culpability
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