2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title LII - ACTIONS, PROCESS, AND SERVICE OF PROCESS
Chapter 508 - LIMITATION OF ACTIONS
Section 508:12-a - Limitation of Liability.

NH Rev Stat § 508:12-a (2015) What's This?

    508:12-a Limitation of Liability. –
    I. No licensed physician, registered nurse or hospital shall be liable in a suit for damages as a result of any act or omission related to advice, consultation or orders given in good faith to emergency medical care providers licensed under RSA 153-A, by radio, telephone or other remote means of communication under emergency conditions and prior to arrival of the patient at the hospital, clinic, office, or other health facility from which the emergency communication to the emergency medical care provider is made, unless the act or omission was a result of gross negligence or willful misconduct.
    II. No emergency medical care provider licensed under RSA 153-A shall be liable in a suit for damages as a result of any act or omission made within the level of his training and certification and in good faith based upon advice, consultation, or orders by remote communication as described in paragraph I unless said act or omission was a result of gross negligence or willful misconduct.
    III. (a) No person or corporation shall be liable in any suit for civil damages who, in good faith and without willful or wanton negligence receives, develops, collects, provides, or processes information for the enhanced 911 database or the statewide emergency notification system (ENS) database, relays or transfers enhanced 911 services, transmits ENS messages and notifications to the public, or provides emergency telephone and radio communications for ambulance, police and fire departments.
       (b) No person or corporation shall be liable in any suit for civil damages who, in good faith and without willful or wanton negligence receives, develops, collects, provides, or processes information within any entity storing 911 records used in the provision of enhanced 911 services or for emergency notification system purposes.

Source. 1977, 106:3. 1979, 258:1. 1985, 97:3. 1992, 48:11; 165:6. 1999, 345:10, eff. July 1, 1999. 2010, 271:3, eff. Aug. 6, 2010.


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