Written by attorney John Robert Sauter | Dec 21, 2017

Can I be sued if I let someone else drive my car? A primer on negligent entrustment

In Ohio, the owner of a motor vehicle can be held liable for injuries sustained by a third-party when the owner permits his car to be driven by another person. This concept is called negligent entrustment and is often litigated when the negligent driver lacks automobile insurance.

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