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Who Is Liable If I'm Injured Walking, Running or Hiking?

By Michelle Hockers on October 6, 2016 // Leave a Comment

MP_Injured_WalkingRunningHiking_blog.jpeg.jpgWith beautiful autumn scenery all around us, it is hard not to get outside and enjoy the weather. But what happens if you are injured on a walk, run or hike at a public or private park because of an obvious hazard? Does it matters who owns the property and how the injury happened? Who is responsible for injury, medical bills or lost wages?

Understanding the Recreational Immunity Statute

Take a look at this short, informational video where a Milwaukee personal injury attorney explains exactly what you need to know about participating in recreational activities of any kind in Wisconsin. Who is legal responsible for your injury? Watch this video to find out.

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