Title 12 (Court Procedure), Chapter 23 (Limitation of Time for Commencement of Actions), Subchapter 2 (Actions Limited), Section 519 (Emergency Medical Care)
15: Emergency Medical Care
(a) A person who knows that another is exposed to grave physical harm shall, to the extent that the same can be rendered without danger or peril to himself or herself or without interference with important duties owed to others, give reasonable assistance to the exposed person unless that assistance or care is being provided by others.
(b) A person who provides reasonable assistance in compliance with subsection (a) of this section shall not be liable in civil damages unless his or her acts constitute gross negligence or unless he or she will receive or expects to receive remuneration. Nothing contained in this subsection shall alter existing law with respect to tort liability of a practitioner of the healing arts for acts committed in the ordinary course of his or her practice.
(c) A person who willfully violates subsection (a) of this section shall be fined not more than $100.00.
Year of enactment1967