The Supreme Court Will Re-Visit Health Club Waivers of Liability

The Supreme Court announced that it has granted certification in Pulice v. Greenbrook Sports & Fitness, LLC.  The question presented in that appeal, as phrased by the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office, is “Did the trial court properly dismiss plaintiffs’ complaint seeking damages for injuries suffered at defendant’s health club based on the waiver signed by Maria Pulice?”  Relying on the Supreme Court’s decision in Stelluti v. Casapenn Enters., 203 N.J. 286 (2010), the Law Division granted summary judgment to the defendant health club and the Appellate Division, in an unpublished per curiam opinion, affirmed.  Now the Supreme Court will weigh in.

One Response to “The Supreme Court Will Re-Visit Health Club Waivers of Liability”

  1. About says:

    BennO The Broncos are in no way responsible for whether Lodge pays his victims. That is a matter between Lodge and them. To the extent that Lodge’s actions damaged the fabric of society (and they most certainly did), that matter was determined by the judgment in the criminal proceedings which Lodge has complied with. The civil judgment is a private matter between the parties to the proceedings. The Broncos are not a party to those proceedings. An employer has no moral or legal responsibility to ensure that an employee complies with a judgment that requires the payment of damages to another party. Particularly in circumstances where the events that gave rise to the judgment occurred 2 years prior to any association between the employer and employee. Any argument to the contrary is complete drivel. order a custom essay

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