Waiver of Sovereign Immunity in Florida: When the “King” can be sued

October 30, 2010

At common law, no government could be sued for damages by one of its citizens, no matter how egregious the negligence by a government agent or employee may have been. “The King can do no wrong” was the operative phrase which insulated governments from liability since Medieval times. In Florida, that changed in 1975, when […]