Charity begins at home but might end up in Court.

When we actually need a law that protects good people from being sued by those who need help during an emergency situation like after a Hurricane.

15  Section 1. Section 252.515, Florida Statutes, is created to
   16  read:
   17 252.515Postdisaster Relief Assistance Act; immunity from
   18 civil liability.—
   19 (1) This section may be cited as the “Postdisaster Relief
   20 Assistance Act.”
   21 (2) Any person who gratuitously and in good faith provides
   22 temporary housing, food, water, or electricity to emergency
   23 first responders or the immediate family members of emergency
   24 first responders in response to an emergency situation related
   25 to and arising out of a public health emergency declared
   26 pursuant to s. 381.00315 or a state of emergency declared
   27 pursuant to s. 252.36 may not be held liable for any civil
   28 damages as a result of providing the temporary housing, food,
   29 water, or electricity unless the person acts in a manner that
   30 demonstrates a reckless disregard for the consequences of
   31 another.

One Reply to “Charity begins at home but might end up in Court.”

  1. And then they wonder why people aren’t more charitable…and then they use that to justify more government intrusion.




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