Three SiebenCarey lawyers write about Assumption of Risk: Responsibility vs. Immunity for Minnesota Trial, the Journal of the Minnesota Association for Justice. Personal injury attorneys Cory Whalen, Marcia Miller and Tony Rubin weigh in on the assumption of risk laws and applications.
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The Minnesota Supreme Court put the brakes on a defendant's argument that the doctrine of primary assumption of risk should relieve him of liability for negligent operation of a snowmobile.
That April 25 ruling in Daly v. McFarland stems from a lawsuit regarding a January 2007 accident. Christopher Daly and Zachary McFarland were riding when McFarland's snowmobile hit a drift and became airborne. He pushed his snowmobile away from his body to avoid injury, and it collided with Daly's sled. Daly fell off and was injured.
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