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Uren v Corporate Leisure (UK) Ltd [20013] EWHC 353 (QB)

P. &. I Clubs Law and Practice

Uren v Corporate Leisure (UK) Ltd [20013] EWHC 353 (QB)

Uren v Corporate Leisure (UK) Ltd [20013] EWHC 353 (QB)

The High Court has found that a competent risk assessment would have concluded that a game as played at a Health and Fun Day at an RAF base, in which competitors had to get in and out of a shallow pool, carried a risk of serious injury, and could not be justified in the context of the social value of the game. It was held that the organisers of the fun day should have banned head-first entry to the pool which would have prevented the injuries sustained by the claimant.

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