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Court of Appeals: No Liability in Toddler’s Plummet from Bleachers
The statutory pronouncements of “gross negligence” serve an easily identifiable purpose under the law by defining the type of conduct that is deemed to be so morally unjustifiable or egregious as to strip defendants from immunity they might otherwise enjoy on public policy grounds. Here, in discussing the gross negligence standard of care, the Court of Appeals failed to find Romzek’s and Thom’s conduct “so reckless as to demonstrate a substantial lack of concern for whether an injury results.”
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