On March 2, the owners of Fitness Premiere in Little Rock, AR, realized the importance of having a well-written waiver form. On that day, a judge threw out a case in which a member who was injured while doing personal training at the facility sued Fitness Premiere and a personal trainer for her injuries. The member had signed a waiver form with the club when she joined, and prior to engaging in personal training, she signed a waiver form with the trainer, who was an independent contractor ...

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