This is where to purchase textbooks for all AHA courses offered by Riders to The Rescue. AHA set the standard for teaching skills needed by everyone, regardless of background or profession. We offer AHA courses in BLS, ACLS, and PALS, but have you seen the AHA's website? If you haven't, take a look! There are recipes, stories, and so much good information on how to lower the risk of heart attack or stroke.
For our motorcycle community, here is the organization behind our Accident Scene Management course. This organization has trained over 40,000 riders in the US and beyond in motorcycle trauma training. Their website has great information including Good Samaritan Laws of each state and much more!
Another of our TOP picks! The Husband & Wife Law Team places importance on helping clients by providing a world-class support team, and utilizing years of trial experience to get the best outcome for their clients. The commitment to their clients extends to the greater motorcycle community by supporting local rider safety programs and sponsoring rider events state-wide. If you are in need of a serious injury attorney, or just need to ask some question, call The Husband & Wife Law Team first!
Another good resource for the motorcycling community. ABATE, or American Brotherhood Aimed Toward Education is an advocacy group that lobbies for motorcyclists' rights and aids in providing education to the government and the public about motorcycle riding.
Our friends Eva Blazejewski and Heather Hansen of New Mexico Biker Laywer have helped us train classes of motorcyclists in what to do in the first 5 to 30 minutes after an accident! They are very knowledgeable, caring, and we recommend them to all our New Mexico friends and family in need of an injury attorney (and they don't just do motorcycle injury)!
This one is not just for motorcyclists! One major reason people don't get involved when they see someone in need of immediate medical help is because they are afraid of "messing it up" and being sued.
ARS § 9-500.02 covers civil liability in AZ.
If you took your class with us and misplaced your certification card, click here and search using your name and the email address you used for class. If it doesn't work or you can't remember which email address you used (trust us, we had a NetZero phase too), contact us and we will look up your e-card code for you.