“Both readable and analytically sound.... Succinct and accurate exposition of products liability doctrine is followed throughout by specific discussion of case law applicable to a wide variety of sports and recreation products.... Worth more than its weight on the products liability bookshelf.”
—Products Liability Law Journal
Many Americans injured while “getting physical” are also exercising their right to sue. Products Liability: Recreation and Sports Equipment brings you a collection of cases, from classics to the most recent, concerning such products as motorcycles, bicycles, exercise equipment, swimming pools, boats, water skis, football helmets, model airplanes, and firearms, and discusses the issues raised.
This time-saving reference also includes coverage of: the duty to warn; strict liability and the implied warranty of merchantability; reckless or inappropriate use of a nondefective product; negligence; liability of component parts manufacturers and successor corporations; and use of expert testimony. It's essential reading for litigators and those who represent or operate recreational facilities or market recreational equipment.
Book #00591; looseleaf, one volume, 438 pages; published in 1985, updated as needed.
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