Good Samaritan Rule
- A law that shields a person who voluntarily helps an injured or sick stranger from being sued for negligence, given they acted responsibly
- The Good Samaritan Rule protected the jogger who had administered CPR to a collapsed pedestrian.
- By applying the Good Samaritan Rule, the court dismissed the case against the man who had pulled the victim from the wreckage.
- Since she had called 911 and provided first aid to the injured, the Good Samaritan Rule prevented her from facing any legal backlash.