A public entity employer cannot be held liable for its 9-1-1 operators' conduct regardless of their level of culpability
An appeals court rules in a published opinion that public entities can't be held liable for their 9-1-1 operators' negligence
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Because plaintiff did not fall while riding a train or embarking or disembarking from a train, the trial judge erred in instructing the jury that defendant was burdened by the heightened standard of
The trial judge erred in deciding whether the public-entity defendants exercised discretionary decision-making or performed mandatory ministerial acts in allocating police resources; because he charg
...plaintiff, and gives rise to potential liability under the Tort Claim Act (TCA). The appellate panel disagrees, finding plaintiff's claim that the Board's...
...untimely notice of tort claim under the New Jersey Tort Claims Act (TCA); and (2) whether a claim that was reported orally within the 90...
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