IMMUNITY OF RESTAURANT OWNERS AND EMPLOYEES (EXCERPT)
Act 448 of 1978
691.1522 Removal of food lodged in throat; liability of employee or owner of restaurant.
A restaurant or an employee or owner of a restaurant shall not be liable for civil damages if an employee or owner of a restaurant in good faith attempts to remove, removes, or assists in the removal or attempted removal of food which is lodged in an individual's throat, unless the employee or owner was grossly negligent in his or her actions.
History: 1978, Act 448, Imd. Eff. Oct. 11, 1978
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