CYA – Cover Your Assets

Protecting Your Trail, Your Agency, and Yourself From Liability

Help limit liability.

Presenters: Jim Schneider, President, Trail-Works

Government agencies and non-profits are concerned about ways to limit liability in the design, maintenance, and operation of trails for the public. There are design elements that can improve safety. There are policies and procedures that can be developed and implemented that can reduce the likelihood of lawsuits. There is paperwork that should be in place to help limit liability when a lawsuit does occur.

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