Q: "not responsible sign" I know you have to prove negligence against the sign owner to shoot this sign down, is there case
looking for case law to take to court to prove negligence
A: The presence of the sign doesn't prove or disprove negligence, which is the failure to use ordinary care to prevent injury to foreseeable victims. The sign would only affect whether the owner is relieved of liability by some theory of contract or waiver. I am unaware of any case law on this issue. If you want legal research, you will probably have to pay an attorney to do it. Such a request is beyond the purpose of this website.
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