Justices Weigh Legal Issues Raised By Avon Mountain Crash

The highway defect statute has provided personal injury lawyers with an avenue to sue the state when otherwise they would be immune from doing so. So if a highway is in some sort of disrepair that state officials know about and someone gets hurt, that plaintiff is likely to get their day in court.

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