A ski area does not have a duty to make sure its slopes are free of ice, a common pleas court judge has ruled.

Monroe County Common Pleas Court Judge Linda Miller dismissed claims of negligence, breach of warranty and loss of filial consortium that a family brought against Camelback Ski Corp. The court did allow the family to proceed with its request to recover money for past and future medical expenses.

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