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Good Samaritan Law

Good Samaritan laws (or related, local laws) are enacted to encourage people to come to the aid of others. In general, they protect individuals who voluntarily offer assistance to those in need. They are created to provide immunity against liability. In general, there are six ways that you should act to be protected by Good Samaritan laws. They are:-

  • Only provide care that is within the scope of your training as an Emergency First Responder.
  • Ask for permission to help.
  • Act in good faith.
  • Do not be reckless or negligent.
  • Act as a prudent person would.
  • Do not abandon the patient once you begin care. The exception to this is if you must do so in order to protect yourself from imminent danger.

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