Every employee works for the benefit and in the interests of his employer. What happens if an employee injures someone while performing his duties? Who is responsible: the employee or the employer?
In this article, Éducaloi explains when an employer can be held responsible for the fault of an employee and to what extent.
Can employers be held responsible for the fault of employees?
In this article, Éducaloi explains what “damages” are and how they are evaluated and proved in court.
What are damages?
"Damages" refers to harm suffered by someone as a result of someone else’s fault. Damages are one of three things a person must prove when suing someone. To learn more about fault and the three things that must be proved, see our article Civil Responsibility.
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