Negligence in Coaching
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This paper discusses the tort of negligence as part of the American legal system, focusing in particular on negligence in coaching. The author gives three example court cases where coaches were put on the stand, accused of negligent supervision, and negligent instruction and then highlights the law governing this area of negligence with these examples. The paper also analyzes when facts of a case demonstrate improper supervision. Since analyzing cases of coaching negligence is a grey area, the paper cautions that parents and students are obliged to understand the possible consequences of participation in sports.
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