Many recreational activities involve a certain risk of injury. Operators of recreational equipment, like amusement park rides, usually have people sign a liability waiver. The liability waiver intentionally relinquishes or abandons a legal right or claim against the operator in the event of injury. Essentially, it says you accept the risk and agree not to sue if you suffer injury.
If you or your child suffers injuries at an amusement park, in a rented bounce house or in any other equipment or facility and you fear a liability waiver limits your recovery, it might not be the case. There are many instances where a liability waiver might be invalid, including:
Have you suffered a personal injury after signing a liability waiver?
Approved by attorney Justin Beall