2006 Alabama Code - Section 25-5-315 — Immunity from liability.

The Workers' Compensation Medical Services Board, the individual members thereof, the agents, servants, employees, consultants, or attorneys of the board, and any person, firm, or corporation contracting with the board for the specific purpose of implementing the duties, obligations, and responsibilities of the board under this article, shall each be immune from civil liability against the claims of any and all individuals, firms, corporations, institutions, or other entities for any claims of any nature whatsoever arising out of or related to the decisions, opinions, deliberations, reports, or publications which are made, rendered, or entered by the board, the individual members of the board, or the agents, servants, employees, consultants, or attorneys of the board or any person, firm, or corporation contracting with the board which decisions, opinions, deliberations, reports, or publications were made in good faith, without malice, and predicated upon information which was then available to the board.

(Acts 1992, No. 92-537, p. 1082, §47.)

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