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Indemnification Tips (Revisited)

We are revisiting five of Reb Gregg’s previous posts on Sportwaiver.com. Nothing has changed since the article was originally posted. It provides important information for the service provider.

Doyice

is was written by Charles “Reb” Gregg in September, 2006. Mr. Gregg provides some invaluable information regarding indemnification agreements. Mr. Gregg is a practicing attorney in Houston, Texas specializing in adventure law and may be reached at 800 Bering Drive, Suite 100,

Massachusetts Indemnity Clause Enforced in Ultimate Frisbee Case

By Doyice Cotten

Liability waivers often include an assumption of risk, a waiver of liability for negligence, and an indemnification agreement. The purpose of the waiver of liability is to protect the provider from liability in the event of participant injury. In spite of the presence of a signed waiver, suit is often filed by the injured party or by others on his or her behalf.

The object of the indemnification agreement is for the provider to be able to recoup any loss resulting from such a legal action – the loss may include a monetary judgment,

Before You Sign the Sports Facility Lease Agreement

By

John Sadler, Sadler & Company, Inc.
Part II

This is Part II of a 2 part series about the importance of indemnification in facility lease agreements. An authority in the field of sport insurance, John explains another form of indemnification and suggested insurance requirement.


Broad Form Indemnification/Hold Harmless Provision

The third option (Broad Form) is not equitable to the sports/recreation organization and may be contrary to state law in some states as it can be considered to be against public policy and “unconscionable”.

Before You Sign the Sports Facility Lease Agreement

By

John Sadler, Sadler & Company, Inc.
Part I

This is Part I of a 2 part series about the importance of indemnification in facility lease agreements. An authority in the field of sport insurance, John discusses why indemnification is important to the facility operator and explains two forms of indemnification. In Part II he will explain another form of indemnification and suggested insurance requirement. Part II will appear next week.

Indemnification Tips

This was written by Charles “Reb” Gregg in September, 2006. Mr. Gregg provides some invaluable information regarding indemnification agreements. Mr. Gregg is a practicing attorney in Houston, Texas specializing in adventure law and may be reached at 800 Bering Drive, Suite 100, Houston, Texas 77057.

An indemnification is an agreement between two parties that addresses the possibility of a claim against one of them by a third party.

The party granting the indemnity (the “indemnitor”) promises the person indemnified (the “indemnitee”) that it,