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Gephardt Gets Ambulance Issue Right

Posted by George Tait | Mar 07, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you are in a motorcycle accident and someone calls for an ambulance that shows up and you are not injured and the attendants do nothing for you have to pay for the ambulance? The answer is yes now, maybe but probably not in the future.

Bill Gephardt took on this issue and brought to the attention a rule implemented by the State Bureau of E.M.S. who interpreted a two-year-old bill sponsered by Paul Ray. Representative Ray is taking the bill back to the rule-makers to make sure they get it right this time around and outlaw the charges applied and payable to the uninjured victim.

Thanks Bill!

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George Tait

Since 2004 George Tait has dedicated his practice to helping injured people and their families get fair and full compensation from the insurance companies. Before becoming an attorney George Tait was a Registered Nurse for over 15 years. The last years of his nursing career were in the Universit...

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