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Written by attorney Joseph Maya | Aug 1, 2019

Vicarious Liability and Negligence: What You Should Know

It might be surprising to discover that you could be responsible for damage done to your car even when you’re not driving it. Whether you loan your car to a friend, family member, or an employee, or there’s something wrong with the way your car was manufactured, you should be aware of the possibility that you may be responsible for any accidents that occur. This article reviews several types of situations in which you may have to pay damages for someone else’s behavior

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This case was not handled by our firm. However, if you have any questions regarding this case, or any personal injury matter, please contact Joseph Maya at 203-221-3100 or by email at [email protected]

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