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What should a liability waiver include?

Liability waiver form protects your business against any lawsuit if someone is injured during a  business-hosted event.  In other words, the liability waiver serves as an agreement between the service host and a participant. The document is signed before the actual event. The participant next agrees to excuse the host of any liability for damages More >

How do you write a waiver?

A liability waiver form is simply an agreement not to sue someone as a result of an occurrence. By signing a waiver, a participant agrees that they will not sue a business that offers the activity. Drafting an effective waiver for your business might not be a walk in the park. It is important to More >

What makes a waiver legal?

How important is a waiver in a business? Can it save you your hard earned money? To answer these questions, this article has explained in details how to effectively evaluate your waiver legal standpoint to ensure that it will be honored in the court of law, just in case. But first… What is a Liability More >

What is the purpose of a waiver?

Each event activity has its risks. As a business, you will need to have your participants sign a liability form, also known as a waiver.  A release form relieves you the liability in an event that one of the participants is injured during an event. A waiver explained A release form or a waiver is More >