Federal Tort Claims Act

Definition of "Federal Tort Claims Act"
  1. A law that permits compensation for injuries caused by a federal worker within the boundaries of their employment duties, also setting the guidelines for filing these claims in federal courts
How to use "Federal Tort Claims Act" in a sentence
  1. Under the Federal Tort Claims Act, the injured party filed a claim against the negligent federal worker.
  2. The Federal Tort Claims Act provides a structured process to address damages caused by federal employees during the course of their job.
  3. They utilized the Federal Tort Claims Act to seek compensation for the accident caused by the government driver.

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