Case study week 5

Case study week 5 - McCune V. Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting...

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McCune V. Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range Inc. The parties: C. McCune and Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range The Plaintiff and the Appellee: Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range The Defendant and the appellant: C. McCune The court trial and the lower appellant level were won by Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range. Mrs. McCune brought actions for negligence and strict liability against the Myrtle Beach Indoor Shooting Range for injuries sustained while she was participating in a paintball game. Subsequently, the Range filed a motion for summary judgment, again alleging the waiver and McCune’s comparative negligence barred recovery. The court granted the Range’s motion, finding the waiver was sufficient to show McCune expressly assumed the risks associated with playing paintball. Additionally, the court found her overwhelming comparative fault barred recovery. The trial court subsequently denied McCune’s motion for reconsideration. This appeal followed. McCune maintains the trial court erred in granting summary judgment to the Range on the basis of the
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course MG 260 taught by Professor Brentgilje during the Fall '09 term at Park.

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