Essentially, a business release form limits or eliminates your enterprise’s liability if a patron is injured on your property or as a result of your product/service. For example, if you owned an indoor skydiving business, you should probably have your customers sign a release form so your company isn’t liable if they are injured during their indoor skydiving experience. Depending on the language of your release form, your customer will assume all or part of liability in the event of an injury. However, does having a release form protect you from every being sued?
When Your Release Form Will Be Enforced
Your release form doesn’t protect your business from ever being sued, but it can significantly minimize the risk of lawsuit in relation to injury related to your services. A release form must meet these requirements to be enforced:
When Your Release Form Will Not Be Enforced When
To cover your bases, you should understand the errors that will void your release form, such as the following:
A business release form is just one key to covering liabilities related to your business services. With a complete and thorough document, you can significantly limit your risk of injury-related lawsuits.
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