Atlanta Braves Use ‘Baseball Rule’ Defense in Injury Lawsuits

June 11, 2014

  • June 16, 2014 at 10:18 am
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    “`A child that young can’t assume the risk,” said the boy’s lawyer, Robert Nardone.

    No, by acquiring the ticket and bringing the child to the game well knowing that an errant ball is possible (especially behind a dugout), the child’s parent assumes that risk for the child and should know that injuries are possible. So it’s ok to fault a parent when thier child injures someone else, but when a parent puts their child in potential harms way, they don’t need to take responsibility? Can’t have it both ways.

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