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Charlie Marshall

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I work for a company that provides residential treatment to adloscents year round. One of the residents damaged my vehicle while I was at work. Does the company have a legal obligation to pay for the damages?
 


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Attorney_Replogle

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Perhaps in your state (AL) there is such a provision under the real estate laws and or the employment laws. I can't think of any general law in the nation which would hold an employer liable. It is possible that your only rememdy would be your car insurance. If you wish to speak to an attorney near you, you can find one at attorneypages.com.

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Mark B. Replogle
 

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