PERSONAL INJURY– Superior Court holds that Good Samaritan statute does not apply to for-profit business

1/24/2017 | Matthew J. O'Keefe
mjokeefe@jacksonokeefe.com

Category: Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

Matthew J. O'Keefe

The Superior Court holds that EMTs working for American Medical Response of Connecticut were not entitled to Good Samaritan immunity under General Statutes §52-557b.  The court holds that the Act does not apply to for-profit business entities that provide emergency medical services.  The court holds that extending the statute to such for-profit individuals would undermine the legislative intent and public policy of the statute.  Bembe v. American Medical Response of CT, CV14-6049824 (Wilson, J.) (11/15/16)

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