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Slam Dancing And Assumption Of Risk

November 13, 2009

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In <i>Schoneboom v. B.B. King’s Blues Club &amp; Grill</i>, the plaintiff was injured when a slam dancer slammed into him during a performance. The court held that the plaintiff’s claims were barred by the assumption of risk doctrine in that he initially observed the open and obvious slam dancing from a safe distance and fully appreciated the risks involved, but still chose to move closer to the dancers.
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