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Do nurses have to help if they see an accident?

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That Is Simple Yes And By Law All Of Us Are Required To Render Help. But If Planning To Sue A Nurse For Leaving An Accident. Without Doubt a Waste Of Time * No. Individuals regardless of their professional status are not legally required to give aid. Some states have Good Samaritan laws which render those persons who do offer aid immunity from being sued.

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