Claims Bureau

The Claims Bureau is responsible for defending the State against actions falling primarily into three categories: tort and medical malpractice claims for personal injury or property damage alleged to have been caused by the State or its employees; litigation involving disputes in connection with State contracts; and court actions contesting the amount of money the State is to pay in the condemnation of private property for public use.

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