If you or a loved one has suffered a severe injury while skiing or snowboarding at Solitude Ski Resort, you may be concerned about the issue of compensation for damages. There is very real reason for concern, as the Utah Ski Law can affect your ability to file against the resort. Fortunately, not all injury claims are protected under the law. So, even if you have signed a waiver, there are cases in which you will still have the right to recover compensation.
The complexity of ski and snowboard accident claims must be addressed by a skilled Utah personal injury lawyer from Summit Injury Law. Attorney David S. Kottler has a deep understanding of the ski law, and is a published author on the subject of ski injury claims. This insight into how the law affects claims allows him to quickly evaluate an individual injury case and advise the injured victim or their families about what can be done with regard to compensation for damages.
A great number of ski and snowboard injury claims are not restricted by the Utah Ski Law. These include injury claims involving a broad range of negligence, including skiing lift accidents, certain types of collisions, negligence on the part of ski instructors and serious injury resulting from faulty ski or snowboard equipment, particularly when bindings fail.
These cases, as well as all others, must be carefully evaluated to determine liability and how to best address the situation and pursue compensation. Summit Injury Law is prepared to discuss your case and advise you on all the legal issues involving pursuing compensation for damages in cases of injury at Solitude Resort.
We encourage all prospective clients to speak with our experienced Utah personal injury lawyer. Whether you hire us or not, we are able to provide you with a free case evaluation, so you can make an informed decision.