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the employee did this on his own time and hours were not billed to the school. Am I responsible for the employee off the clock?
also could I file a claim with my liability insurance for the damages that they will invoice me with?
ok one last question:) If I take the school district to small claims court for non payment of the invoice but then they can sue me for 50,000 like you stated. The school district and Us never signed a legal contracts only emails stating that they want us to patrol their schools. We just invoiced them at the end of each month. Could lack of legal paper work hold us less liable if they invoice us for damages?
Also the back story on this is I was diying in the hospital from a heart deases and later had a heart transplant and was in the hospital and later was at home recovering from a surgery and did not know that this employee made a copy of the key that was already returned to the school months ago. Could any of my medical history help my case?
Thank you that certainly helps a lot. I am glad I mentioned a school district I had no idea it operates on diff laws. What do you suggest I do. How do I scare them to pay for the services. Should I mention a certain government agency that would shake them up a little for them to go ahead and pay? Could they still make me pay for rekeying the school. What would you do?
Is there a "law code" where it states that employer is not responsible for criminal actions of an employee if employee is off duty or not on the clock.