You did not sign away all your rights with that injury waiver
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 27, 2013
http://youtu.be/M2aITSwzmoI People participate in many physical activities, usually with an understanding of the associated risks and dangers. The activity could be mild, like riding in a go-kart or extreme, like bungee jumping or skydiving. It seems like everywhere you go, you’re being asked to sign a waiver to exclude someone from being sued. An...
Are your school’s bleachers safe?
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 10, 2013
Two Columbus area students were taken to the emergency room last Friday after a bleacher railing collapsed during a football game. Reports indicate that a large group of students had pressed up against the railing, in an effort to be filmed by a local news crew. Although no serious injuries were reported, it called...
Trampoline Parks Lack Regulation
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 4, 2013
Kids love to jump – on the bed, sofa, bounce houses, and especially, trampolines. Indoor trampoline parks are springing up across the country. Mostly housed in old warehouses, these facilities are filled with a sea of interconnected trampolines and other high-flying activities. Know the risks If time has taught us anything, it’s that trampolines...
What is a Liability Waiver?
Posted in Accident & Injury on July 2, 2013
Simply, a waiver is a contract. It is a legally binding agreement between you and a business or organization offering a service. By signing the waiver, you agree not to hold the business liable (legally responsible). It may also be called a release, waiver of negligence, or an exculpatory agreement or contract. You may...