Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute, Who Does It Protect?

Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute, Who Does It Protect? The legislature wrote Arizona’s Recreational Use Statute (A.R.S.§ 33-1551) to promote and encourages open use of public and private lands.  The law provides that a public or private owner, easement holder, lessee, tenant, manager or occupant of premises is not liable to a recreational or educational user…

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Slip and Fall Cases

No doubt at some point you have been walking in your local Safeway, Fry’s or Walmart and you have seen the classic yellow caution sign with silhouette of someone falling.   The purpose of this sign is to warn customers that there is something on the floor that creates a dangerous condition that could cause…

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Injured at the Gym or On Someone Else's Property?

Where you injured at the gym or on someone else’s property? I found a great article regarding health club liability for personal injuries.  While the article discuss NY law, it is based on the same underlying common law  as Arizona regarding landowner liability to third persons.  Particularly those who are considered business invitees. An Arizona…

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