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Night Tubing in Granby was Supposed to End in Laughter Not Tragedy

L.K., his wife and young daughter headed to Granby for an evening of tubing and hot chocolate at the Granby Tubing Hill on March 2, 2013. L.K.n had gone tubing and sledding before and was excited to try a new hill. The Granby Tubing Hill consists of a lift, three downhill tubing lanes, and a run-out area (man-made barrier at the end of the run made up of blue padding connected with cable or wires) to help decelerate tubers.


Minor Boy Suffers from In-Uniform Instructor's Negligent Skiing at Breckenridge Ski Resort

9-year-old Kane Johnson was skiing on an “easiest” trail at Breckenridge Ski Resort when defendant, an uphill skier and ski instructor at the resort, who was skiing unreasonably fast, collided with the boy. As a result of the defendant’s negligence, Kane suffered damages, including a right, mid-shift femur fracture requiring an open reduction with plating and screws.


Aspen SkiCo Weiner Roast Causes Lift Accident

This case involved a lift loading accident at the base of the Deep Temerity bowl in Aspen Highlands.  Ryan Bradley, a Basalt Middle School teacher, outdoorsman and expert skier, was in line to board the Deep Temerity lift on a snowy Presidents’ Day weekend.  The lift attendants were grilling hot dogs and passing them out to the crowd.  Approximately 15 minutes earlier, the Deep Temerity lift was stopped and a chair was rigged with a support structure to evacuate an injured skier in a toboggan.  The lift attendants had forgotten that the chair with...


Family recovers medical expenses - and pain and suffering - incurred during deadly ski accident.

In February 2009, Morton Futterman, M.D. was injured in a skiing accident at the Mountain High East ski resort in Wrightwood, California. Dr. Futterman entered an expert area, after the resort had failed to adequately mark, warn or close portions of the trails and slopes.


$8.3 Million Verdict for Minor Suffering Traumatic Brain Injury

A 17 year-old skier was night skiing down Eagle's Swoop, an open intermediate slope at Wintergreen ski resort in Nelson County, Virginia. On the night of the accident, a snow groomer emerged from the tree line on skier's left of Eagle's Swoop, pivoted uphill, and then began driving about 300' straight uphill close to the tree line and against the direction of skier traffic, while the ski run was open to the skiing public. Client came over the crest of the pitch, up which the snow groomer was ascending. She avoided the escorting snowmobile, lost...


$6.1 Million for Fireman After Plunge Over Open Edge of Ski Run

Client suffered disabling brain damage in a skiing accident on a ski trail maintained at a ski area near Harrisonburg, Virginia by Massanutten Ski Resort.