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Alabama Tort Law
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Gregory S. Cusimano;; Michael L. Roberts
Next, the chapter examines the scope of the guest statute, emphasizing that it applies to claims of injuries or death to one being transported without payment in a motor vehicle "resulting from the operation thereof." Finally, the chapter reviews cases that addressed the nature of the protection afforded to a negligent driver by the guest statute in the context of an uninsured motorist claim.
Alabama Tort Law (Matthew Bender) is the only truly comprehensive resource on tort law in Alabama. With expert discussion of proof requisites and defenses, it covers all the elements of each tort actionable under Alabama law. It provides the information necessary to determine if there is a case and what is needed to prove or defend it. Alabama Tort Law not only provides up-to-date coverage of relevant case law and analysis, it also includes comprehensive appendices with practical material, including checklists and sample complaints for frequently encountered topics.
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For more information on actions involving automobiles, see Chapter 4, Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage, and Chapter 6, Negligent Entrustment and Supervision.
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