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.
Readers will find that this is one of the best pieces to be found relating to industry standards and liability. Read More
By Doyice J. Cotten
In January of this year, we posted an article that dealt with waivers and negligence per se. This article, which originally appeared in Fitness Management magazine, also relates to negligence per se.
Reoven Capri suffered injury when he slipped and fell on the pool deck while walking to the pool.
Readers will find that this is one of the best pieces to be found relating to industry standards and liability. Our thanks go to author “Reb” Gregg and to Steve Smith who originally published the article in Touchstones – Read More
By Doyice Cotten
While we know that liability waivers are vital tools in the risk management process, we sometimes forget that waivers do not work for all situations. For instance, we know that a waiver will not be enforced if it conflicts with statutory law.