Legislation is stretching causality too far everyday
@alberto, I'm have no expertice in that matter and I dont like it, but here is my two cents.
You feel ill, pain i your arm and vomit in the mittle of the nigth (real life example). Instead of calling 112, you use Buoy to call a friend (thereby wasting precious time). Say, your friend takes his time. He sits with you a couple of hours, because it seems like a simple flu. Around noon they pick up your dead body - you had a cardiac arrest.
The judge will say: The provider of Buoy has discouraged that 112 was called, impeding immediate lifesaving intervention from a heart ambulance and could be condemned as culpable homicide and the friend (who could even be a doctor) did not recognize the symptoms (like in the real life example) is also responsible.
Every week the press has stories where 'Legislation is stretching causality too far' and to protect OpenCare initiatives against absurd accuses we will need to take constructive measures, but we need some legal people to help us.
Maybe we could even find a way of having a collective insurance (Open?). Could something like what e.g. AirBnB offers be an idea?