Comprehensive General Tort Reform: SB 1305 (1994)
prohibits suits brought by drunk drivers in accidents where they
- prohibits suits brought by drunk drivers in accidents where they are more than 50% at fault;
- provides immunity from civil liability for volunteers, non-profit organizations and emergency medical technicians;
- limits prisoners’ suits;
- provides immunity from civil liability for fire fighters and police officers acting within the scope of their duties and
- provides for an assumption of the risk defense in personal injury suits.
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