<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Helvetica, Verdana">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by OhcrapwhatdoIdo:
I was practicing a martial art with a fellow student at the academy that I attend. I accidently injured him. There were at least two witnesses who saw the whole thing; they saw that it was an accident which was in fact a direct result of my partners actions. I just recently found out that this guy is suing the head instructor for negligence and suing me for assult. He says that I intentionally tried to hurt him. All students at this academy are reguired to sign a liability waiver and both he and I have signed one. Do I have anything to worry about, if so what should I do? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
What State did this happen? In the liability waiver, is there a waiver concerning student to student liability, or is it merely student to academy?
It would probably be best if you could exactly quote the "waiver."
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