Covid-19 has yielded a significant amount of personal injury litigation against health care institutions and individual providers. In response, the federal government and many state governments have passed statutory immunity from civil and/or criminal liability for health care provided during the pandemic. As discussed by attorney Kara Eyre, the scope and application of these statutes varies by jurisdiction, with important ramifications.
Read and/or print her article here.
Kara M. Eyre is an attorney at Hurwitz & Fine, P.C.. She focuses her current practice on the defense of general and commercial liability matters, including premises liability, transportation negligence, medical malpractice, and nursing home negligence. You can contact her here.