Title 51, Chapter 1, Section 37
(a) Any person who is given a polygraph examination and who suffers
damages as a result of such polygraph examination having been
administered in a negligent manner shall have a cause of action
against the polygraph examiner.
(b) The measure of damages shall be the actual damages sustained by
such person, together with reasonable attorneys' fees, filing fees,
and reasonable costs of the action. Reasonable costs of the action
may include, but shall not be limited to, the expenses of discovery
and document reproduction. Damages may include, but shall not be
limited to, back pay for the period during which such person did not
work or was denied a job as a result of such examination.