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    The Good Samaritan law is basically a legal protection for people who step in to help others in emergency situations. It's meant to encourage bystanders to provide assistance without fear of being sued for unintended consequences that might occur during their attempt to help. So, if you see someone in trouble and you try to help in good faith, this law generally protects you from legal liability as long as you're not acting with gross negligence or intentional harm. It's all about promoting a culture of helping out when needed without worrying too much about the legal repercussions.

Feb 17 2024

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