Proposed Bill Would Provide Immunity for New Jersey Rescue Squads


Proposed Bill Would Provide Immunity for New Jersey Rescue Squads

by CJ Griffin on August 28, 2012

A bill introduced in the New Jersey Senate would overrule a recent court ruling regarding the liability of New Jersey municipalities when it comes to their emergency response operations. In Murray v. Plainfield Rescue Squad, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that rescue squads that provide intermediate and basic life support services are not immune from suit.

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