Less than two weeks after the Pennsvylania Supreme Court granted allocatur in a case where a woman, despite signing a liability release, was allowed to bring claims against a ski resort for injuries she suffered when falling from a ski lift, the Superior Court has denied another appellant that same success.

In Wang v. Whitetail Mountain Resort, a split three-judge panel found that a snow tuber who signed a liability release couldn’t bring suit against the resort for alleged negligence of an employee who instructed the plaintiff to exit the snow tube in a direction that brought her in the path of oncoming snow tubers.

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