The Institutes

Taking It To The Extreme: In Claims For Adventure Sports, Check The Statutes And Waivers

 Tuesday, July 24, 2018

 The CLM

The vast majority of participants in so-called extreme and adventure sports enjoy the activities without incident. However, there are certain inherent risks in skiing, rock climbing, skydiving, scuba diving, and even participating in amusement park activities such as trampolines, roller coasters, and water parks. If you have ever done any of these activities, then you have likely seen some type of disclaimer or waiver printed on the back of your admission ticket, or have otherwise been expressly asked to sign a waiver as a condition of participating in the activity. Since you are reading this article, you are probably involved in claims or litigation and are no doubt familiar with the doctrine of assumption of the risk. So what is there to talk about? As it turns out, quite a bit.

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