Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology - Limitation of Liability

Last updated: 2024-06-27

No Guarantee of Protection

The Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology cannot guarantee absolute protection against injury or harm. Despite the advanced technology, no system can completely protect against all types of injuries, including but not limited to serious brain and/or neck injuries, paralysis, or death. Users are advised to follow all safety guidelines and take all necessary precautions when using the equipment.

Limitations of Use

The effectiveness of the Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology depends on various factors including, but not limited to, proper installation, correct usage, and timely access to the information provided by the technology. Improper use or installation of the equipment may significantly reduce the effectiveness of the technology.

Disclaimer of Warranties

To the fullest extent permitted by law, Twiceme disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Twiceme does not warrant that the technology will meet your requirements or that the operation of the technology will be uninterrupted or error-free.

Limitation of Liability

In no event shall Twiceme, its affiliates, or their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use or inability to use the Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology, even if advised of the possibility of such damages. This limitation applies to all claims, whether based on warranty, contract, tort, or any other legal theory.

Assumption of Risk

By using the Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology, you acknowledge and agree that you are assuming all risks associated with its use. You agree to hold harmless and indemnify Twiceme, its affiliates, and their respective directors, officers, employees, and agents from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees) arising from or related to your use of the technology.

Supportive Evidence

Prevention Perspective

Scientific research indicates that inspected and functional equipment leads to fewer injuries in workplaces, validating the necessity of such safety measures (Van der Molen et al., 2018; Rees, 2021). Despite some studies finding limited evidence of preventive effects, this may be due to a lack of comprehensive data meeting rigorous standards (Cochrane Library, 2018).

Recovery Perspective

The availability of crucial medical information at the scene can significantly reduce response times and improve emergency medical decision-making. Studies have shown that accurate geolocation and timely access to electronic health records (EHR) enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of emergency response teams (Ben-Assuli et al., 2015; Weinlich, 2017; DeGuzman, 2014). While specific studies on the Twiceme Help the Helpers (HTH) Technology are limited, the principle that quicker access to relevant information aids in faster and better medical interventions is well-supported (Medicalert, 2023).

Changes to the Disclaimer

Twiceme reserves the right to modify this legal disclaimer at any time. Any changes will be posted on this page and will become effective immediately upon posting.


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2. Rees, J. (2021). Reforming the Workplace: A Study of Self-Regulation in Occupational Safety. [Google Books]

3. Ben-Assuli, O., et al. (2015). Electronic health records and the quality of care in emergency departments. Health Informatics Journal, 21(3), 193-207.

4. Weinlich, H. (2017). The importance of accurate geolocation in emergency call support.

5. DeGuzman, L. (2014). GPS and internet-dependent locators for emergencies.

6. Medicalert (2023). First responders and available medical information. [Medicalert]

7. Campbell, D., et al. (2016). Response time of first responders and its effect on patient outcomes.