Liability Waivers Offer Protection as Businesses Reopen

Few drawbacks to having customers sign a form, but not all agreements are enforceable

As businesses reopen, customers and clients are being asked to wear masks, keep their distance and, in some cases, sign away their right to sue if a trip to the dentist or hair salon results in a coronavirus infection.  Since April, there has been speculation about whether the next round of coronavirus relief will include liability protections for businesses, but Congress is still weeks away from passing another stimulus package. In the meantime, companies are taking it upon themselves to protect against personal injury lawsuits by making patrons and customers sign liability waivers.  It

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