#law #negligence #tort #vl
A person who engages an independent contractor is not generally liable for torts committed by them in the course of their work. This is known as the ‘Personal Duty Theory’. As such they are responsible for their own actions and should take appropriate precautions, including obtaining professional indemnity insurance, (Rowe v Herman  1 WLR 1390) although the courts have not always been consistent in their approach to this issue.
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