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The plaintiffs alleged that the truck driver’s employer was vicariously liable for his negligent operation of the vehicle and his negligence in traveling on a highway that was not designed for tractor-trailers. Suit also claimed that the defendant had failed to properly train the driver, who was inexperienced and allegedly could not read a map sufficiently to plan a route properly. The parties settled before trial for $1.25 million. Ritchie v. Averitt Express, Inc.
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