Vacation and Recreational Torts
Featuring: Thomas J. Vesper, Esq. (moderator); Stephen W. Barry, Esq.; Michael A. Ferrara, Jr., Esq.; Charles Hentz, Phila PD, LT (Ret.); Edward R. Petkevis, Esq.; Amy E. Rudley, Esq.; L. Patricia Sampoli, Esq.; Andrew Sutor
- What happens when you slip and fall on a cruise ship?- What happens if you are injured while in a foreign country? - What happens when you are injured in a Jet Ski accident? - Can you recover for injury while on a bus tour?- Can you recover for swimming pool and spa injuries? - Can you recover from injury while traveling in a limousine?- Can you recover from injury from a nail pop on the boardwalk?Vacation and recreational torts is an expansive area of law that covers tourists, business travelers and local people who are injured while vacationing or engaging in leisure activities. Causes of action may arise from cruise ship litigation, boating and jet skiing, walking on the boardwalk, at a hotel swimming pool or spa, or traveling on a bus tour or limousine. While at the shore for this summer’s CLE Fest, we will delve into some of these interesting issues.
ISFESTCIV19(AM session: ISCIV061219)(PM session: ISCIV007719)
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