FUN Exposures

Chordas, Lori
August 2010
Best's Review;Aug2010, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p58
Trade Publication
The article discusses the probable risks experienced by individuals on fun fairs and ways of preventing them in the U.S. The author believes that majority of fairs and festivals had numerous liabilities, thus, when accidents occur, victims cannot damages. To avoid the said scenario from happening, she suggest to owners and organizers of fairs and festivals to get property and casualty insurance policies.


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