Sorry, maybe I wasn't clear.
I said that if an individual had action taken against them. Obviously, a corporation/governing body would be the original target, as mentioned at the end of my post. Been a long day...
person x is shot by person y and is badly injured. Person x wouldn't be able to sue council, but would be able to seek compensation from person y (irrespective of outcome, that is person x's rights).
person x trips over park equipment etc whilst Nerfing. Person x would be able to sue council for compensation.
person x injures themselves on man-made cover erected by organiser. Person x would be able to sue the organiser.
Honestly, I think it's a load of crap. If you get hurt, deal with it. This country is breeding softc%$k's in my opinion. But, that's our legal system.
Now, also, I'm not saying that anybody seeking compensation would be victorious, just that they are able to seek it through legal proceedings.
This is roughly how my solicitor has explained it to me.
Easiest solution, look in to public liability insurance, and take an average of the amount of attendee's and amount of war's per year, and charge attendance accordingly to cover the costs. I realise it's not that simple with funding etc, but it's the only way you're guaranteed to avoid legal action in the event of an incident.
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