4766.06 Liability insurance coverage.

(A)

(1) Every emergency medical service organization and nonemergency medical service organization licensee under this chapter shall furnish adequate evidence of liability insurance coverage, in an amount of not less than five hundred thousand dollars per occurrence and not less than five hundred thousand dollars in the aggregate, for any cause for which the licensee would be liable.

(2) Every air medical service organization licensed under this chapter shall furnish adequate evidence of liability insurance coverage, in an amount not less than twenty million dollars per occurrence and not less than twenty million dollars in the aggregate, for any cause for which the licensee would be liable.

(B) In addition to the insurance requirements of division (A) of this section, every licensee shall carry bodily injury and property damage insurance with solvent and responsible insurers licensed to do business in this state for any loss or damage resulting from any occurrence arising out of or caused by the operation or use of any ambulance, ambulette, rotorcraft air ambulance, fixed wing air ambulance, or nontransport vehicle. The insurance shall insure each vehicle or aircraft for the sum of not less than one hundred thousand dollars for bodily injury to or death of any one person arising out of any one accident and the sum of not less than three hundred thousand dollars for bodily injury to or death of more than one person in any one accident and for the sum of fifty thousand dollars for damage to property arising from any one accident.

(C) Each policy or contract of insurance issued shall provide for the payment and satisfaction of any financial judgment entered against the licensee and any person operating the vehicle or aircraft and for a thirty-day cancellation notice to the board.

Cite as R.C. § 4766.06

History. Effective Date: 03-09-2004; 01-18-2007