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Introduction to Local Government Liability

Introduction to Local Government Liability

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Local governments deal with many issues, including unique liability exposures, that most businesses don't have to deal with. Some provide fire protection services and law enforcement services, not to mention the local school district and other departments. Each of which creates a different exposure, which needs to be addressed in their insurance program. Traditionally, many governmental agencies enjoyed a level of immunity from liability, but that concept of sovereign immunity has changed significantly over time. Join us as Brennan Quintus brings us his session on local government liability and deepen your understanding of this part of the insurance landscape.

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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Brennan QuintusBrennan Quintus

This session will introduce participants to the general concepts of local government liability. Liability limitations and immunities will be discussed along with general concepts of employment liability, law enforcement liability, and other unique liability exposures of local governmental entities. The class will conclude with examples of how insurance risk pools and commercial carriers may provide coverage for the unique exposures of local governmental entities.

By the end of this session, participants should be able to:

  • Discuss the history of local governmental liability, including the evolution of sovereign immunity.
  • Describe the current status of sovereign immunity and other immunities afforded local governments.
  • Describe law enforcement liability exposures and other liability exposures that are unique to local governments.
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