Jackson attorneys Leah Corrigan and James Lubing recently represented Snow King Ski Area and Mountain resort, arguing the resort was not liable for a minor’s fall from a chairlift in December 2009. The Wyoming Recreation Safety Act holds individuals responsible for injuries and damages they sustain that result from an inherent risk of the recreational activity they participate in. Corrigan and Lubing argued the minor’s fall and injuries resulted from an inherent risk of alpine skiing and the jury agreed.
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