Why India Needs A Good Samaritan Law?
15 people die every hour and another 60 get injured due to road accidents in India. According to the Law Commission of India, 50% of those who die on Indian roads can be saved if they receive timely medical attention including assistance from passers-by/bystanders. However, in India, bystanders rarely come forward to provide help to a victim. To find out the reasons why people do not do so, SaveLIFE conducted one of a kind survey which revealed that, 88% people were unlikely to assist injured accident victims due to fear of legal hassles, including police questioning. Click here to read the full report
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