Any Liability For Not Using Defibrillators?

The Florida Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case arguing there should be a penalty for failing to use publicly owned defibrillators purchased to help people suffering heart attacks, plaintiffs attorney Craig Goldenfarb said.

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