This article was originally published on Recreation-Law.com, an excellent newsletter dealing with outdoor sport and recreation law. Its author, James H. Moss, J.D., is a well-known attorney specializing in the outdoor recreation industry. Jim has kindly granted permission to reprint the article.
Even Hikers Sue for their Injuries
By James H. Moss, J.D.
Citation: Kalter, et al., v. Grand Circle Travel, et al., 631 F.Supp.2d 1253 (C.D.Cal. 2009)
State: California, United States District Court,
By Charles R. Gregg and Catherine Hansen-Stamp ©2012*
I am pleased to be able to run this great article on waivers and releases by two of the leading adventure law attorneys. I am breaking it into two parts which will run in consecutive weeks. It is Reprinted from The CampLine by permission of the American Camp Association and the authors.
Camp managers and camp families appear to understand the significance of an agreement in which the camp seeks protection from certain claims.