Unformatted text preview: c) The motel has a greater responsibility for injuries if the customer is a non-guest because the non-guest paid more for the swim session, so there is a higher expectation of safety. d) Even with a signed Release, the motel is likely to be held liable for swimmers’ injuries if the motel management knew that swimmers were frequently injured by angry dolphins and failed to disclose this risk to customers. e) The motel will be liable for injuries to swimmers because of res ipsa loquitor. f) The motel will not be liable for injuries to minors who jump the fence enclosure and swim at night in the dolphins’ pool if there is a posted sign which warns, “Keep Out!”...
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- Spring '06
- Tort Law, Motel, motel guests