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Does Your Gym Require You to Sign a Waiver of Liability?

Posted by Francis M. Smith on Wed, Oct 21, 2015

  By Francis M. Smith

While it's certainly true that almost any physical activity involves a certain level of injury risk, most people probably expect that exercising at a commercial gym or health club to be one of the safer ways of working out. After all, members of these gyms are paying for a service, and they should reasonably expect that the equipment their paid membership entitles them to use is being monitored and maintained by competent and careful professionals. Unfortunately, the reality is not always so clear-cut. Many exercise machines involve heavy components and many moving parts, and these are not always inspected and maintained in a way that renders them safe to use. Customers of these gyms can and do suffer injuries while exercising, sometimes due to the negligence of the gym staff. In these situations, you would expect that an injured member would be able to sue for damages, right?

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Topics: Injuries, negligence, waiver of liability, gross negligence

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