On the path

Pnrior to 1946, a person injured by the negligence of a federal employee could not recover against the United States government because of the doctrine of sovereign immunity. To ameliorate the harsh effects of this doctrine — and to end the many requests for private bills of relief — Congress passed the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) in 1946. The FTCA is a limited waiver of sovereign immunity and …

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