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Old 12-06-2012, 12:23 PM   #36
gmatheis
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Originally Posted by Cindysphinx View Post
Neither of us can say for sure without seeing the papers.

Still, I think that as a matter of law, anyone standing on a hockey rink can expect to be hit by a puck, even if practice is over.

And anyone on a tennis court should know a ball could come a'flyin' at any moment from any direction, regardless of whether a point or game or match or practice is over. If you are on the court, you have assumed the risk of any tennis-related injury, and nothing is ever "over" until you leave the court. On account of how it is a tennis court.

I'd bang the gavel for the defendant.
And you worked as a paralegal?

You obviously did not learn much.
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