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What Is Negligent Entrustment?
What Is Negligent Entrustment?

Negligent Entrustment Under the negligent entrustment doctrine, a car owner may be liable for injuries that were caused by another person’s negligence if a car owner knowingly entrusted their car to an incompetent driver. Negligent entrustment requires proof of the car ...

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