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Businesses Are Not Protected By Parent’s Waiver Of Child’s Claim

Premises Liability / June 22, 2010

In Woodman v. Kera, L.L.C., ____ Mich ____ (2010), the Michigan Supreme Court held that a parent’s pre-injury liability waiver signed on behalf of their child is unenforceable under Michigan law. Businesses can no longer rely upon a parental waiver for liability protection if a child is injured on the premises.

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