An insurance company isn't liable for the injuries a hunter suffered after being accidentally shot in the head nearly four years ago.
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Should the state’s recreational-immunity statute protect a tree-trimming contractor from liability even after it caused the death of a woman by cutting down a branch? That question is at the heart of John Westmas v. Selective Insurance Co., a case ...Read More »
Is a tree-cutting service entitled to recreational immunity when cutting trees on a conference center’s property that has a public path? The Court of Appeals says “no,” relying on a Wisconsin Supreme Court case from earlier this year on recreational immunity.Read More »
Torts Recreational immunity A snowmobile club’s failure to remove a directional sign is not a malicious act resulting in the loss of recreational immunity. “Milton and Hoffman argue the Club’s conduct was so certain to cause injury that a jury ...Read More »
Torts Recreational immunity Mark E. Kleemann appeals from a summary judgment decision that dismissed his negligence action against Scott Emerson and Emerson’s insurer for injuries Kleemann suffered when a hockey puck shot by Emerson hit Kleemann in the face. Kleemann ...Read More »