CE Class – Virtual – Statutory Defenses and Immunities
Topic: Statutory Defenses and Immunities
Just because you are at fault does not mean you are liable. New Jersey provides numerous statutory defenses and immunities to a claim depending on the type of incident, extent of damages and type of defendant being sued. This is an overview of four of the most common statutory defenses: Comparative Negligence, Verbal Threshold, Charitable Immunity and the Tort Claims Act.
Edward F. Kuhn, III, Esq. and Betsy Ramos, Esq. of Capehart Scatchard
- Adjusters & Producers: 3 General Insurance CE Credits – NJ, PA & DE
- Accountants: 3 CPA Credits – NJ, PA & DE
- Attorneys: 3 Regular Legal CLE Credits – NJ, PA & DE
- CPCU: 3 Credits
Free to any dues paid members. $35 for any non-member.
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