Good Samaritans

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Illinois Supreme Court Defines "Good Samaritan" in Medical Malpractice Case

Nearly every state has some variation on a "Good Samaritan" law. In Illinois, the statute says that any licensed medical professional "who, in good faith, provides emergency care without fee to a person, shall not, as a...more

Argument Report: Illinois Supreme Court Debates the Scope of the Good Samaritan Act

Our reports on the oral arguments of the recent term of the Illinois Supreme Court continue with Home Star Bank & Financial Services v. Emergency Care & Health Organization, Ltd. Home Star poses the question of whether...more

Is an Emergency Room Physician Protected From Liability By the Good Samaritan Act?

In the final days of the March term, the Illinois Supreme Court granted review in Home Star Bank & Financial Services v. Emergency Care & Health Organization, Ltd., which poses the question of whether physicians qualify for...more

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