Along for the Ride: Non-Patients May be Subject to MICRA’s Limitations

In Lopez v. American Medical Response West (2023) Cal.Rptr.3d (2023 WL 2518511), the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District, affirmed a lower holding that the one-year statute of limitations under professional negligence applies to both a patient and a non-patient who had been riding in an ambulance driven by a medical professional when it collided into another vehicle during an emergency transportation….
By: Haight Brown & Bonesteel LLP
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