There may be a case, if there was negligence on the part of the camp employees. Under general tort principles in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, an establishment like a sports camp or youth organization may be liable for the negligence of its employees for acts committed in the course and scope of employment.
Without negligence, however, there is no actionable case. This is the principle behind every tort action, including sports accident cases. In addition, even if there was negligence, but no injuries or if the injuries are slight, it might not be constructive to bring a lawsuit.
Negligence in a sports camp setting often occurs due to the following:
Depending on where the camp was held, the state's laws regarding waivers/releases may bar the case. It is important to speak to a sports accident lawyer as soon as possible.
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If your child was injured as a result of playing winter sports, contact a sports accident and injury lawyer to discuss your legal rights. Dan O'Brien is a lifelong athlete and youth/child sports coach. He has a keen understanding of sports accidents and offers free consultations. 877.944.8396
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