Everything listed under: course and scope of employment

  • Horseplay

    Plaintiff is hurt by a delivery man who put heavy box on her back. Delivery company claims no respondeat superior liability claiming act outside course and scope of employment. I'm aware of the Ada-Konawa Bridge v. Cargo case, "The general rule is that a master or principal is liable for the tortious acts of his servant or agent where such acts are incidental to and one in furtherance of the business of the master or principal, and this is true, although the servant or agent acted in excess of the authority conferred upon him, or willfully or maliciously committed the wrongs," but I'm looking for something closer to point.  Read More...