Municipal Employee Liability
Municipal Employee Liability refers to any type of government entity or agency that can be sued for the negligence of its employees (police officers, firemen, teachers, EMTs, etc.), accidents on its property (parks, courthouses, housing developments, etc.), or involving any of its vehicles (police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, buses, subways, etc.).
Municipal employees include:
- Police officers
- Public School Teachers
- Sanitation department employees
- Parks department employees
- Emergency medical technicians (EMTs)
- Department of transportation employees
- Zoo employees
- Museum employees
- Traffic agents
If you or a loved one has been injured by the negligence of a municipal employee, please contact us today.
Devon Reiff on “Ask The Lawyerz”
On July 6, 2016 Devon Reiff was the special guest on “Ask The Lawyerz” a new webinar hosted by Dan Abrams on LawNewz.com featuring “the nation’s top legal experts tackling your legal questions.”
Devon Reiff is part of SuperLawyers 2016, the 10th consecutive year he was bestowed this prestigious ranking. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Attorneys are selected through a rigorous system of balloting, peer evaluation and internal research. The distinction of being named a New York Super Lawyer is reserved for the top five percent of New York lawyers.