Gettysburg, PA asked in Personal Injury and Products Liability for Pennsylvania

Q: Should I sign a waiver that says including, but in no way limited to, claims of negligence?

HEREBY DO RELEASE (Company) its officers, directors, employees, volunteers, agents, representatives and

insurers (“Releasees”) from any causes of action, claims, or demands of any nature whatsoever including,

but in no way limited to, claims of negligence, which I, my heirs, representatives, executors,

administrators and assigns may have, now or in the future, against (Company) on account of personal injury, property damage, death or accident of any kind, arising out of or in any way related to the use of (Company) facilities/equipment or

participation in (Company) programs whether that participation is

Adult Participant Waiver, Release, Indemnification of

All Claims & Covenant Not to Sue supervised or unsupervised, however the injury or damage occurs, including, but not limited to the

negligence of Releasees.

1 Lawyer Answer
Tyler Young
Tyler Young
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A: You should consult a lawyer in your home state to answer this question. The answer depends on a number of factors and the following list is not exhaustive: (1) does the offer fairly compensate you; (2) have you considered whether you will need future care and will you incur other medical expenses (typically your physicians or experts answer this question for you); (3) have you considered how you are paying back any liens in your case, and are you aware of the lien amounts; (4) are your injuries permanent; and (5) do you have opinions about how your injuries will affect your life?

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