• To make defibrillators more accessable and to decrease associated liability the law should be that they must be installed in attorney’s offices and all places where attorney meet with their clients.

  • And you just know the “fits gonna hit the shan” when a trial lawyer is one of the unlucky 94% and his or her time came at an establishment that does not have a defib because of this FAIL in committee.

    Shakespeare says “Hi!” to Darwin.

  • Perhaps personal injury trial lawyers could be required to wear a “Medic Alert” tag or bracelet similar to those for diabetics or sufferers of heart disease. As someone who has been trained in CPR and the use of an AED, I would want to make sure they are not subjected to the possibility of misuse or use of an improperly maintained AED.

    Just sayin’.