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limones v school district of lee county

... Limones v. Sch. Limones v. School Dist. But Abel was not resuscitated until emergency personnel arrived and used a defibrillator.2 Plaintiffs alleged that the School Board was negligent in failing to maintain an automated external defibrillator (AED) on or near the soccer field, to make it available for use, or in failing to actually use an AED on Abel. Two Arguments. In L.A. Florida law recognizes the following four sources of duty: (1) statutes or regulations; (2) common law interpretations of those statutes or regulations; (3) other sources in the common law; and (4) the general facts of the case. Thus, the undertaker's doctrine is inapplicable. In fact, section 768.1325(5) expressly declares that it “does not establish any cause of action.”, IV. at 502. See Rupp, 417 So.2d at 666-67. Because I conclude that the decision of the district court of appeal, Limones v. School District of Lee County, 111 So.3d 901 (Fla. 2d DCA 2013), does not expressly and directly conflict with McCain v. Florida Power Corp., 593 So.2d 500 (Fla.1992), I would dismiss review of this case for lack of jurisdiction under article V, section 3(b)(3), of the Florida Constitution. Sch., 262 Neb. We agree. Torts/White Breach of Duty Foreseeability of Harm Limones v. School Id. Fitness, 980 So.2d at 562). Emergency Medical Service personnel arrived on the scene almost simultaneously and changed out the Fire Department's defibrillator for their own. Petitioners, Abel's parents, retained an expert, Dr. David Systrom, M.D., who determined that Abel suffered from a previously undetected underlying heart condition. April 2, 2015. § 768.1325(3), Fla. Stat. See, e.g., U.S. v. Stevens, 994 So.2d 1062, 1065-66 (Fla.2008). We therefore affirm the final summary judgment entered by the trial court in favor of the School Board. Other jurisdictions have acknowledged similar duties owed to student athletes. See Nova Se. § 768.13(2)(b) 2. Florida's district courts have not addressed a school district's duties in this context. See, e.g., Clay Elec. As with the immunity provision in section 768.13, section 768.1325 does not create a legal duty to render aid through the use of an AED. Juris. Univ., 758 So.2d at 90 (noting that the university had a duty to use reasonable care when it assigned students to off-campus internships). David C. Rash is busy preparing for Oral Argument in the Florida Supreme Court on October 6, 2014 in Limones v. School District of Lee County, et al. Duty to use AED by Florida School – Limones v. Lee County School District. Of these elements, only the existence of a duty is a legal question because duty is the standard to which the jury compares the conduct of the defendant. Specifically, Petitioners claim that the Second District defined the duty in a manner that conflicts with the approach delineated in McCain. As a result, he now remains in a nearly persistent vegetative state that will require full-time care for the remainder of his life. at 552. This tragic case involves severe brain injury to Abel, a high school athlete. Petitioners assert that the decision below expressly and directly conflicts with the decision of this Court in McCain and other Florida decisions. While immunity in subsection (3) extends to those who acquire an AED and “make[ ] it available for use,” the statute does not require the use of an AED in a given situation. Because I conclude that the decision of the district court of appeal, Limones v. School District of Lee County, 111 So. McCain, 593 So.2d at 503-04. Therefore, we hold that Respondent is not entitled to immunity under section 768.1325 and such section has absolutely no application here. Id. 1 This tragic case involves severe brain injury to Abel, a … This common law duty arises from the idea that the school stands “ ‘partially in place of the student's parents.’ “ Id. of Lee County. Also, although the sources of the legal duty are different for school boards and business owners, the circumstances under which the AEDs would be provided and used are strikingly similar. The cause of action arose when Abel collapsed on the field during a high school soccer game. They delivered four additional shocks and administered a series of intravenous medications. Univ., 758 So.2d at 88-89 (applying the in loco parentis doctrine to a relationship between an adult student and a university when the university mandated participation by the student in an off-campus internship); Rupp, 417 So.2d at 666-67 (concluding that a duty of supervision existed during an unsanctioned off-campus hazing event by a school-sponsored club); cf. Thus, acquirers are not immune due to the mere fact that they have purchased and made available an AED which has not been used; rather, they are entitled to immunity from the harm that may result only when an AED is actually used or attempted to be used. of Lee County, 111 So. This statute provides immunity from civil liability to any person “who gratuitously and in good faith renders emergency care or treatment” under certain circumstances in emergency situations outside a hospital or doctor's office. Sch., 262 Neb. Id. Covell v. Bell Sports, Inc.: And Plaintiffs failed to show that the School Board's acquisition of the AED and its training procedures either increased the risk of harm to Abel or caused Abel to rely upon such acquisition or training to his detriment. Additionally, we reject the position of the Second District and Respondent that L.A. Because we conclude that Respondent owed a common law duty to Abel, we must now consider whether Respondent is immune from suit under sections 1006.165 and 768.1325, Florida Statutes. The school's duties regarding athletic activities include (1) providing adequate instruction, (2) supplying appropriate equipment, (3) reasonably selecting or matching athletes, (4) properly supervising the event, and (5) utilizing appropriate post-injury efforts to protect the injury against aggravation. Lower courts in Florida have recognized that the duty of supervision creates the following specific duties owed to student athletes: (1) schools must adequately instruct student athletes; (2) schools must provide proper equipment; (3) schools must reasonably match participants; (4) schools must adequately supervise athletic events; and (5) schools must take appropriate measures after a student is injured to prevent aggravation of the injury. (emphasis supplied). Athletic Ass'n, 998 So.2d 1155, 1157 (Fla. 2d DCA 2008) (holding that statute which requires FHSAA to adopt bylaws that require students to pass a medical evaluation prior to participating in high school sports does not create a private cause of action). In the final summary judgment, the court determined that the School Board did not have a duty to make available, diagnose the need for, or use an AED and that, even if it did, the School Board was statutorily immune from an action on that basis. The court explained that, while CPR is “widely known” and “relatively simple,” it nonetheless requires training and re-certification. He quickly stopped breathing and became pulseless. While this provision requires a person who undertakes a duty to render aid to do so reasonably, this provision does not set forth a duty to render aid. Furthermore, the business invitee freely enters into a commercial relationship with the proprietor. Fitness. Fitness, 980 So.2d at 561 n. 2. Therefore, conflict jurisdiction exists to consider the merits of this case and we choose to exercise our discretion to resolve this conflict. On April 2, 2015, the Florida Supreme Court quashed the Second District Court of Appeal’s decision in Limones v. School District of Lee County, 111 So. Busatta and one nurse began to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on Abel. See Leahy v. Sch. Once a court has concluded that a duty exists, Florida law neither requires nor allows the court to further expand its consideration into how a reasonably prudent person would or should act under the circumstances as a matter of law.5 We have clearly stated that the remaining elements of negligence — breach, proximate causation, and damages — are to be resolved by the fact-finder. Bd. Id. SC13-932. Begin typing to search, use arrow keys to navigate, use enter to select. Rupp, 417 So.2d at 666. To the contrary, the Court in those cases answered different legal questions in connection with different fact patterns. We decline to decide today whether subsections (1) through (3) create a private cause of action for negligence because there is no question that the School Board complied with these requirements. LEWIS, J. Petitioners Abel Limones, Sr., and Sanjuana Castillo seek review of the decision of the Second District Court of Appeal in Limones v. School District of Lee County,111 So.3d 901(Fla. 2d DCA 2013), asserting that it expressly and directly conflicts with the decision of this Court in McCain v. Kazanjian v. Sch. Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt) The passage of section 1006.165 demonstrates that the Legislature was clearly concerned about the risk of cardiac arrest among high school athletes. See Restatement (Second) of Torts § 314 cmt. Although some courts in other jurisdictions have determined that fitness clubs and other commercial entities do not owe a legal duty to provide AEDs to adult customers,6 the commercial context and relationship of parties in these cases is a critical distinction from the case before us. Immunity applies provided that harm from the use or attempted use is not attributable to the person's (1) failure to maintain and test the AED or (2) failure to provide any appropriate training in the use of the AED. We initially note that the proprietor-customer relationship most frequently involves two adult parties, whereas the school-student relationship usually involves a minor. Abel Limones was a soccer player for East Lee County High School. v. Stone, 92 So.3d 264, 267 (Fla. 1st DCA 2012) (holding that the issue of statutory immunity from a negligence action is reviewed de novo); L.A. 9–1–1 was called, but CPR was not performed on the patron. Bd., 129 F.3d 560, 571 (11th Cir.1997) (citing Florida law); see also Nova Se. See § 768.13(2)(a). And there are certain other exceptions to immunity that are not at issue given the facts alleged in this case. Coram: Silberman CJ, Casanueva and Black JJ Appearing for the Plaintiff: Matthew Moore and David Rash (inst. 2D11-5191.This case arises out of a high school soccer game in Ft. Myers, Florida. 417 So.2d at 666; see also Leahy, 450 So.2d at 885 (explaining that the duty of supervision owed by a school to its students included a duty to prevent aggravation of an injury). At approximately 7:40 p.m. on November 13, 2008, fifteen-year-old Abel Limones, Jr., suddenly collapsed during a high school soccer game. SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LEE COUNTY et al., Respondents. See § 1.01(3), Fla. Stat. (2014). Abel tried to speak to Busatta, but within three minutes of the collapse, he appeared to stop breathing and lost consciousness. SC13-932. First, they asserted a general negligence claim against the School Board based on its common law duty to provide a reasonably safe environment for Abel. For several reasons, we reject the decision of the Second District to narrowly frame the issue as whether Respondent had a specified duty to diagnose the need for or use an AED on Abel. The health club did not have an AED on the premises. Supreme Court of Florida.https://leagle.com/images/logo.png. Microsoft Edge. There is no evidence in the record to suggest that Abel collapsed due to a collision with another player. SC13-932. See, e.g., Nova Se. f (1965)). As one commentator has aptly noted, “It may also not be enough for school districts to assume that what may have been acceptable in the past will continue to be acceptable in the future. In conclusion, the School Board's common law duty to use appropriate post-injury efforts to protect Abel's injury against aggravation did not include a duty to maintain, make available, or use an AED. On appeal, the Second District recognized that Respondent owed a duty to supervise its students, which in the context of student athletes included a duty to prevent aggravation of an injury. The Fourth District noted that courts from other jurisdictions have uniformly refused to extend a business owner's duty from calling for medical assistance within a reasonable amount of time to providing “medical care or medical rescue services” which included services like using an AED, applying oxygen, or intubation. A. The soccer game between East Lee County High School and Riverdale High School took place at Riverdale's soccer field on November 13, 2008. The body of section 1006.165 does not set forth requirements regarding the school's use of the AED it is required to maintain. Restatement (Second) of Torts § 323 (1965). Abel Limones, Sr., and Sanjuana Castillo, Plaintiffs below in this negligence action they filed on behalf of their teenage son Abel Limones, Jr., seek review of the final summary judgment in favor of the defendant, the School Board of Lee County. See, e.g., Chamberlain v. State, 881 So.2d 1087, 1103 (Fla.2004). Firefox, or at 557. Fitness, 980 So.2d at 559, 562. Id. Florida common law recognizes a specific duty of supervision owed to students and a duty to aid students that is not otherwise owed to the business customer. After application of shocks and drugs, emergency responders revived Abel, but not until approximately 8:06 p.m., which was twenty-six minutes after his initial collapse. Twenty-six minutes after Abel’s initial collapse, emergency responders revived him. The Legislature also explicitly linked this statute to the Cardiac Arrest Survival Act, which grants immunity for the use — actual or attempted — of an AED. The two decisions are clearly distinguishable based on their totally different facts. Florida courts generally recognize a school's duty to adequately supervise its students, and this duty extends to athletic events. Section 1006.165, Florida Statutes (2008), governs AED requirements at public schools that are part of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA), such as Riverdale and East Lee County. Knippel, 674 So.2d 181, 182 (Fla. 2d DCA 1996) (citing Benton v. Sch. Further, "[t]he use of [AEDs] by employees and volunteers is covered under [sections] 768.13 and 768.1325," which generally regulate immunity under Florida's Good Samaritan Act and the Cardiac Arrest Survival Act. Public and private partnerships are encouraged to cover the cost associated with the purchase and placement of the defibrillator and training in the use of the defibrillator. It is undisputed that no actual or attempted use of an AED occurred in this case until emergency responders arrived. of Broward Cnty., 386 So.2d 831, 834 (Fla. 4th DCA 1980)); see also Zalkin v. Am. See L.A. Bd., 600 So.2d 1389, 1393 (La.Ct.App.1992) (school board owed duty to injured high school athlete to provide access to medical treatment); Stineman v. Fontbonne Coll., 664 F.2d 1082, 1086 (8th Cir.1981) (college owed duty to provide medical assistance to injured student athlete). The Second District Court of Appeal held that the school board’s common law duty to prevent aggravation of a student’s injury did not include making an AED available and that the school board did not have a statutory duty to make an AED available to the student. Limones, 111 So.3d at 905. Petitioners Abel Limones, Sr., and Sanjuana Castillo seek review of the decision of the Second District Court of Appeal in Limones v. School District of Lee County, 111 So.3d 901 (Fla. 2d DCA 2013), asserting that it expressly and directly conflicts with the decision of this Court in McCain v. Florida Power Corp., 593 So.2d 500 (Fla.1992), and several other Florida decisions. “It is clearly established that one who undertakes to act, even when under no obligation to do so, thereby becomes obligated to act with reasonable care.” Union Park Mem'l Chapel v. Hutt, 670 So.2d 64, 66–67 (Fla.1996). In addition, each state has common laws (based on case law or precedent) that may pertain to standards of care and civil liability. Univ., Inc. v. Gross, 758 So.2d 86, 88-89 (Fla.2000) (citing Rupp, 417 So.2d at 666). Traci McKee of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., Fort Myers, FL, and Scott Andrew Beatty of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., Bonita Springs, FL, for Respondents. The trial court also concluded that, even if there was such a duty, the School Board was entitled to immunity under the Cardiac Arrest Survival Act. The Second District determined that a clearly recognized common law duty existed under both Rupp and Leahy. Id. Instead, subsection (4) provides that the “use” of AEDs in FHSAA high schools is governed by sections 768.13 and 768.1325. Learning Sys., 639 So.2d 1020, 1021 (Fla. 3d DCA 1994) (concluding that whether alleged negligent supervision by school employees resulted in injury to a student was a jury issue). § 1006.165(1)-(2), Fla. Stat. Although Abel survived, he suffered a severe brain injury due to a lack of oxygen over the time delay involved. On February 6, 2013, the Second District Court of Appeal issued an Order regarding automated external defibrillators (“AEDs”) on school property in the case captioned Abel Limones, Sr., et. of Lee Cty., 111 So. We therefore quash the decision below and remand this case for trial. - Case No. Based on the absence of CPR from those guidelines, the court concluded that CPR is something more than first aid. at 905 (citing Cerny v. Cedar Bluffs Junior/Senior Pub. Sch. We are also cognizant of the concern raised by Respondent and its amici that if a defined duty could require every high school to provide an AED at every athletic practice and contest, the result could be great expense. The fact that a school stands partially in the place of parents does not create a duty on the school to itself provide medical care or rescue such as through the use of an AED. Thus, while CPR is routine for emergency medical responders, “non-medical employees certified in CPR remain laymen and should have discretion in deciding when to utilize the procedure.” Id. See Avila v. Citrus Cmty. (emphasis supplied). 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