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What Is Vicarious Liability And Why Is It Important?

June 12, 2018

Vicarious liability is a legal term that often arises when one party acts negligently on behalf of another, who is secondarily liable. According to the Legal Information Institute, “vicarious liability” is that which “a supervisory party (such as an employer) bears for the actionable conduct of a subordinate or associate (such as an employee) based […]



Car Owners And Vicarious Liability In Pennsylvania

June 29, 2017

The legal doctrine of vicarious liability refers to liability imposed on an individual for the failure of another individual to exercise reasonable care. Vicarious liability is typically imputed when a special relationship exists. Examples of such relationships include husband-wife, parent-child or employer-employee. It may also exist when a car owner allows another to drive his […]


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