AED Legal Analysis for Wyoming
Any person responsible for the site where the AED is located shall be immune from civil liability for any personal injury that results from any act or omission of acts that do not amount to willful or wanton misconduct or gross negligence if that person complies with the requirements of W.S. 35-26-102.
Good Samaritan protection for rescuers and possessors who comply with training, maintenance and testing, and EMS notification requirement.
|Statute||Law Type||Effective Date||Abstract|
|2005-07-01||Automated external defibrillators. AN ACT relating to public health and safety; amending provisions relating to the use of automated external defibrillators as specified; and providing for an effective date.|
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