Hyson v. White Water Mountain Resorts of CT
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Hyson went to White Water Mountain Resorts to snow tube and signed a Release From Liability document saying that she can't sue for negligence.
While snow tubing, Hyson suffered injuries to her hand and wrist when her tube failed to stop at the bottom of the hill but, instead, continued over a "cliff".
Plaintiff claimed: 1. the slope at the bottom of the hill to be excessively slippery 2. failed to maintain an adequate barrier to stop patrons 3. failed to stop inner tubes 4. failed to post any signs warning patrons of dangerous conditions Defendant claimed: plaintiff's claims were barred because she had signed the release, she had assumed risk of injury contractually, any injuries suffered are due to her own negligence.
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