Lost and Confused

Seems like I’m just repeating myself

I haven’t been posting lately, couple of reasons. Working on chapters for two different books Management of Park and Recreation Agencies and Mountain Medicine and Technical Rescue.

But that is not the main reason, not burn out, just writing the same thing over and over again. Almost 3000 articles that say Use a Release or Make Sure your Guest Knows about Assumption of the Risk.

Website managers keep telling me to go back and update what I’ve written, which I should in a few cases, but that seems like a rip off honestly. (Even though no one is paying me to do this.)

I also get zero feedback from anyone 98% of the time. So, I don’t know if you like or dislike what I’m writing.

Right now, the so purpose of this site is to keep me #1 in Google Searches. I can continue to do that by just posting random key words every once in a while.

Recreation Law Assumption of the Risk Release
Waiver Negligence Outdoor Recreation
Outdoor Recreation Law Gross Negligence Negligence Per Se

You get the picture.

What do you want me to write about?

There are tons of lawsuits. Probably 3-5 more lawsuits in the outdoor recreation industry then when I started writing ten years ago. The plaintiff’s bar has found the industry. And found there is money in the industry, which is why you can expect your insurance rates to start climbing, if they have not already. More importantly you are going to see more activities that are not going to be covered by a policy.

Do Something

So, look if you want something specific here let me know! Jim@rec-law.us

If you want something new here, let me know. Jim@rec-law.us

If you want the same thing, let me know. Jim@rec-law.us

Or leave a comment

    Jim

If not, you’ll get key words in the future.

What do you think? Leave a comment.

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2 Comments on “Lost and Confused”

  1. Riggs, Shawn says:

    Jim,
    Love your site!

    I use your website as a resource for handling property and liability insurance claims in Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Oregon and South Dakota. All of these places have many outdoor activities where people experience injuries.

    Please keep us updated on new issues when they come up and as you see them play out in the system. Lots of times claim decisions are made when we know which way the wind is blowing.

    Thanks,

    Shawn Riggs, AIC, AINS | General Adjuster
    1302 24th St. W., #149 | Billings, MT 59102-3861
    Cell 970-232-4707
    EMAIL: Shawn.Riggs@sedgwick.com
    http://www.sedgwick.com | Caring counts

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  2. Green, Steve says:

    My suggestion – Could you walk us through how an average claim works? How long does it take the injured to get a lawyer. When do the insurance companies get involved? How often do the insurance companies walk? How long does it take to get to court/settlement? My two cents.

    Steve High Mountain Sports

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