KIN353BonusTrial

KIN353BonusTrial - Their act is the proximal cause And this...

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Sports on Trial Informed consent was signed Coach Kints Never taught spearing Taught facemask to numbers Never happened before Assumed other players would know not to move a player Doctor didn’t want to touch coach saw he was unconscious and feared death not trained in CPR removed facemask and not entire helmet brought about the idea for getting a trainer in the district never met with parents Have a duty Acted in such a way to Breach the duty
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Unformatted text preview: Their act is the proximal cause And this resulted in Damages A high school football player is seeking damages for injuries he sustained while playing high school football in the case of William Brown v. Anywhere School District. The player, William Brown, was severely injured when he tried to tackle an opponent and his case is based on the thought that negligence is what caused his paralysis. Negligence cases...
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