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The Tennessee Supreme Court was called upon to decide the constitutionality of the Tennessee statutory cap on non-economic damages in the case of Jodi McClay v.

  • The first step in a personal injury case caused by a federal agency is filing a claim with the entity itself.

  • State claims acts as opposed to tort claims acts are another kind of statute that limit immunity and establish a procedure for claims against the state.

Claims of Recklessness and Gross Negligence May Proceed Under Tennessee Governmental Tort Liability Act — Day on Torts — August 2, 2021

§1-39-118 Notes Under a discretionary function exception, immunity still applies to essentially governmental functions that require the exercise of discretion or judgment, such as planning or policy level decisions.

  • City of Dyersburg, below, and subsequent cases on that question.

  • There, this Court held that a city is not liable to a citizen whose home is destroyed by fire through the negligence or inefficiency of the city's fire department because the duty to extinguish fires is a public one, not owed to any individual in particular.




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