A look at Utah Waiver Law

By Doyice Cotten

In a case involving a waiver used by USA Cycling, Inc., the US District Court summarized aspects of the Utah waiver law. The case resulted from an injury sustained by the plaintiff while making a preliminary run using a map provided for riders in the event.

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Was a fee paid in NYS Waiver Case?

Murat Marc, a participant in a flag football league, injured his ankle when he stepped on a sprinkler head. Alleging negligence, he sued the school district which owned the field. Prior to the game, he had signed a waiver and release of liability.

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Help in Recognizing Ambiguity in Your Waiver

By Doyice Cotten

Ambiguity is one of the most prevalent claims when challenging the enforceability of liability waivers. This post involves a case in which a waiver is claimed to be ambiguous. We focus on the arguments by the plaintiff and the reasoning of the court in addressing the issue.

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