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Summertime and the Livin’s Liable: The Legal Risks of Fun in the Sun

July 2019, The Good Life of South Reno

Summer is here and for many, it’s the most action-packed time of the year. But as lawyers know all too well, summertime is also a high season for potential liability risks. As the weather changes to the warm, beautiful summer season in Northern Nevada, many people venture outdoors to gather with their friends, families and pets.  Between enjoying the camaraderie of backyard BBQs and family football games, Reno residents should be aware of how their carefree, summer activities could quickly lead to a potential lawsuit. So, before you crack open a cold one, consider what you can do to lower your liability risks. To read entire article click here.

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