Trampoline Park Injuries and Lawsuits in New Hampshire

Trampoline parks are one of the fastest-growing attractions in the entertainment world.  According to industry sources , only three such facilities existed in 2009. Now, there are well over 1,000 worldwide. New Hampshire has several trampoline parks, including  Launch Trampoline Park in Nashua ,  Altitude Trampoline Park in Pelham and Concord ,  Sky…

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Liability waivers Liability waivers – also known as liability releases or “exculpatory contracts” – are almost omnipresent these days. They’re tucked into sign-up forms, on permission slips, in fine print on the backs of tickets, and in the “terms and conditions” on our favorite websites. As explained in a previous…

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Horseback riding and other equestrian activities are popular in the New Hampshire, as they are in most areas of the United States. A recent study estimates that equine-related business in the United States is a $102 billion industry. Equestrian sports can be an enjoyable and fulfilling pursuit. However, horseback riding…

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Question: Are Liability Releases and Waivers Enforceable in New Hampshire? Liability releases and waivers are common, and many of us have signed dozens in our lives. They’re most often used in the context of recreation or entertainment: rock-climbing gyms, ski mountains, sports leagues, and ice rinks. Typically, they contain language…

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Most personal injury claims are based on a legal concept known as “negligence.”  Negligence is a concept not defined by a state or federal statute, but by what’s known as the “common law”: essentially, legal principles developed through centuries of court decisions.  In short, negligence is the failure to use…

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