Medical Liability Reform- Emergency Medical Situations: S.B. 3 (2005)
Provided that in claims arising out of the provision of
Provided that in claims arising out of the provision of emergency medical care against a hospital emergency department, no physician or health care provider shall be liable unless it is proven by clear and convincing evidence that the physician or health care provider’s actions showed gross negligence.
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