Wilderness First Aid

Legally what is important about First Aid when you are away from EMS, what is not…………and what is just sleight of hand

Audience:                   Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education

Location:                    Keystone, Colorado

Date:                         2010

Presentation:                       Wilderness First Aid            http://rec-law.us/17L6pQB

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This presentation looked at myths and realities of first aid and the special issues of wilderness first aid. It also examined the various state Good Samaritan statutes and why some first aid “designations” might now qualify under the act.

For additional articles on the subject see:

10 First Aid Myths                                                                                                    http://rec-law.us/ySaAwO

Another Way to Teach CPR                                                                                  http://rec-law.us/xEEaRo

CPR is not fool proof                                                                                               http://rec-law.us/w4PrpE

Everyone should write first aid protocols…. Or you could just buy a first aid book!http://rec-law.us/wguXEW

First Aid has its Limits. By law!                                                                              http://rec-law.us/xS1IEk

Letter to the Editor: Wilderness and Environmental Medicine                        http://rec-law.us/AjxzNj

Not a final decision, but I believe an indication of where the law of AED’s is heading however the basis for the decision is nuts!                                                                                          http://rec-law.us/yKC5te

Seriously, you have to send a memo about this, the issue is not what they are doing, it is who you are allowing to instruct.                                                                                                 http://rec-law.us/Ap1bRu

Stopping a rescue when someone is willing to perform may create liabilityhttp://rec-law.us/xuMtOt

Remember the law changes constantly, this presentation may be out of date. Check back at www.recreation-law.com and with your attorney to make sure the information is still valid.

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Minors and Releases

Where can a parent sign away a minor’s right to sue and where that will not work.

Audience:                   Sport and Recreation Law Association

Location:                    San Antonio, Texas

Date:                         2009

Presentation:                       Minors and Releases          http://rec-law.us/ZjzUK9

 

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This presentation was given to highlight why minors cannot sign a release and why only a few states have allowed a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.

For other articles about this subject or for the latest information about the topic see:

States that allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue                         http://rec-law.us/z5kFan

 

$5 Million because a church took a kid skiing and allowed him to……..skihttp://rec-law.us/wCXYBH

A Parent (or Guardian) is still in control of a child, no matter what the volunteer may want.         http://rec-law.us/zN0jcl

Adult volunteer responsibility ends when the minor is delivered back to his parents.       http://rec-law.us/wynrnO

Alabama follows the majority of states and does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.                                                                                                                                    http://rec-law.us/Aegeo3

Courtney Love in Outdoor Recreation Law                                                        http://rec-law.us/yEpdBR

Delaware decision upholds a release signed by a parent against a minor’s claims           http://rec-law.us/MWKMmt

Delaware holds that mothers signature on contract forces change of venue for minors claims.http://rec-law.us/JMvEMv

Iowa does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.                  http://rec-law.us/AaLwBF

Maine decision on minor injured in ski school conforms how most states will interpret the facts.            http://rec-law.us/yxZN2M

Maine follows the majority and does not allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.        http://rec-law.us/zPfJ9V

Minnesota decision upholds parent’s right to sign away a minor’s right to sue.      http://rec-law.us/xyeuOH

New Florida law allows a parent to sign away a child’s right to sue for injuries.     http://rec-law.us/Au1dGE

North Carolina may allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue for injuries when the minor is engaged in non-profit activities sponsored by schools, volunteers, or community organizations            http://rec-law.us/ACYg0m

North Dakota decision allows a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.http://rec-law.us/SDYQHG

Ohio Appellate decision upholds the use of a release for a minor for a commercial activity.        http://rec-law.us/LuYZbv

Release stops suit for falling off horse at Colorado summer Camp.              http://rec-law.us/wtRyK5

Releases are legal documents and need to be written by an attorney that understands the law and the risks of your program/business/activity and your guests/members/clientele.           http://rec-law.us/yVPR8S

States that allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue                         http://rec-law.us/z5kFan

Statutes and prospective language to allow a parent to sign away a minor’s right to sue.            http://rec-law.us/zkGtcW

Texas follows majority with appellate court decision holding a parent cannot sign away a minor’s right to sue.    http://rec-law.us/MCh75O

Texas makes it easier to write a release because the law is clear.                 http://rec-law.us/yBjZBb

Wrong release for the activity almost sinks YMCA                                            http://rec-law.us/A9AW0P

You’ve got to be kidding: Chaperone liable for the death of girl on a trip     http://rec-law.us/zqxJTf

Remember the law changes constantly, this presentation may be out of date. Check back at www.recreation-law.com and with your attorney to make sure the information is still valid.

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