MUNICIPAL LAW – Superior Court holds teacher not responsible for kindergartner’s accident

2014-11-03 | Kathryn M. Cunningham

Category: Municipal Law

Kathryn M. Cunningham

  After a trial to the court, the court holds that a kindergarten teacher either was not negligent or enjoyed qualified immunity with regard to an accident that occurred during recess.  The evidence was that the child had been pushed by another student twice during recess, and that after the second time, was injured while going down a slide.  The teacher testified that she did not see the incident.  Carrion v. Taber, 10/16/14

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