Legal liability

Legal liability,

Definition of Legal liability:

  1. Obligations under law arising from civil actions (torts) or under contract. Legal liability can only be decided by courts even if the settlement is made out of the court by mutual agreement. Liability insurance normally covers only the liability arising from torts and not from the contractual obligations.

How to use Legal liability in a sentence?

  1. Contractors have a legal liability to provide services only if they are licensed within the state they will be performing the work, if they dont homeowners can sue for any damages that occur.
  2. The legal liability was nothing for the corporation, fortunately the officers for the board of directors operated morally and contributed.
  3. We always make sure that any safety changes are documented and signed off by our employees to reduce the companys legal liability in the event of an accident.

Meaning of Legal liability & Legal liability Definition