Medical Liability Reform- Emergency Situations: S. 83 (2005)
Provided that a physician is not liable for claims arising
Provided that a physician is not liable for claims arising out of an emergency situation unless the physician was grossly negligent. Provided that a physician is not liable in a claim arising out of obstetrical care rendered in an emergency situation where there is no previous doctor/patient relationship or where the patient has not received prenatal care, unless the physician was grossly negligent.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte signs key bills aimed at improving the state’s civil justice system.
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