Businesses with defibrillators have no duty to use them, Md. court says

Court of Special Appeals affirms dismissal of widow's suit

Maryland businesses that opt to have a defibrillator on site have no legal obligation to use it in case of emergency, the state’s second-highest court has held. In its 3-0 decision Tuesday, the Court of Special Appeals said Maryland law encourages businesses to have automated external defibrillators and an employee trained in their use but is ...

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