Negligent Supervision

Churches can use reasonable care in selecting workers, but still be liable for injuries sustained during church activities on the basis of negligent supervision. Negligent supervision refers to a failure to exercise reasonable care in the supervision of church workers and church activities. Churches have been sued on the basis of negligent supervision in a variety of contexts, including sexual molestation of minors.

* Child abuse includes: physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and negligence 

*Can churches be sued for negligent supervision?

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