WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Failing to provide an AED may lead to a claim for negligence under common law.
Survival rates drop 7-10% every minute without defibrillation.
Members of the public can never do a patient any harm by using a defibrillator.
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There is something notable that the Government has done to show its commitment to the approach of the general public when a member goes out of their way to potentially save the life of another.
There is now and has been for a while, a culture in this country which we have adopted from the US where swathes of the legal profession will take a case on a ‘no win no fee’ basis.
Read the tragic story of Oliver King aged 12 and his father’s tireless efforts to increase the awareness of AEDs
Mark King is an inspirational individual who has strived for a number of years to see that defibrillators are in as many public places as possible.