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      RS 37:120     


§120.  Admissibility of opinions as evidence; immunity of panelist from liability

Any report of the expert opinion reached by the public accountant review panel shall be admissible as evidence in any action subsequently brought by the claimant in a court of law, but such expert opinion shall not be conclusive and either party shall have the right to call, at his cost, any member of the public accountant review panel as a witness.  If called, the witness shall be required to appear and testify but shall be reimbursed for his time at his standard hourly rate by the party calling him.  A panelist shall have absolute immunity from civil liability for all communications, findings, opinions, and conclusions made in the course and scope of duties prescribed by this Part.

Acts 1997, No. 747, §1.

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