Pennsylvania’s restaurants do not owe patrons a duty to perform the Heimlich maneuver on them if they begin to choke, a Superior Court panel has ruled in a case of first impression.
Instead, the judges held, calling an ambulance for a choking diner is the most an eatery should be legally obligated to do.
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