Can Mandatory Reporters Be Held Liable for Failing to Report Risk of Future Harm?
“Once you’ve done that, you’ve satisfied your requirement. If you fail to do that, you could potentially be liable. I suppose at that point it would be strict liability of some kind. It would be some kind of liability. It would be up to a jury to decide what happens in the end,” the plaintiff’s attorney, David L. Abney said, during oral arguments.
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