No More Waivers, Releases Or Consents

In 2003 a man took his three children and another child snow-tubing at the Powder Ridge Ski Resort in Connecticut. The man’s right foot became caught between the tube and a man-made bank. He broke his leg and required several surgeries. The man had signed a waiver, defense, indemnity and hold-harmless agreement and release of liability, but the establishment was still found negligent. Based on the ruling in this case (Hanks v. Powder Ridge, 2005) and litigation in related cases …

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