Chapter 13 – Legal Liability, Risk, and Insurance Management. Skylar Lewis Charles Dunbar Carlos Bolanos. Legal Liability In Physical Education and Sport.
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Establishing procedures for health status and preparticipatory medical exams, assessment of baseline fitness levels, prephysical activity and sport orientation, skill progression, and use of protective gear
Educating and reminding the participants of the risk of the activity
School board members can be held liable for a ministerial act (an act or duty prescribed by law for a particular administrative office) even though he or she cannot be held for the exercise of discretion as a member of the board
If the board acts in bad faith and with unworthy motives, and if this can be proven, the board can be held liable
Acts of individual board members beyond their legal scope of duties are ultra vires (beyond their authority) acts, for which they may be held liable