Federal Court Holds that Jet Ski Rental Agreement Does Not Provide Indemnification for Riders Own Injuries


Recently, Judge Joseph Irenas of the United States District Court, Camden, held that a jet ski rental agreement did not provide indemnification to the rental company for injuries suffered by the jet skier rider. Instead, the court found that indemnification was only available to the rental company for injuries caused by the jet skier to others.

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