The obligation to pay for injuries is known as “liability.” Liability can be shared, and there are different degrees of liability. In fact, some liability applies even if the party at fault did nothing wrong. Use the resources below to learn about how liability works and how courts determine who must pay for which injuries.
2. Government Premises Liability Claims: This section contains information on sovereign immunity, the Federal Tort Claims Act, and other issues related to premises liability claims against the government.
3. Premises Liability – Who is Responsible?: Learn about the types of accidents and conditions that can cause premises liability to arise.
4. FAQs About Premises Liability: In this section, you’ll find answers to your questions about hotel, school, city, and government premises liability law and cases.
5. Providing Proof in a Negligence Case: Learn about direct and circumstantial evidence, the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur, and other concepts related to proving negligence.
6. Social Host Liability: In this section, you’ll find information about state social host liability laws, underage drinking, and more.