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Boiler Plate liability form

Discussion in 'Tactics and Training' started by Clay1, Sep 30, 2012.

  1. Clay1

    Clay1

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    Trainers, would anyone mind sharing a boiler plate type of form that your students sign before a live fire class? If you are not an instructor but know of a website that has something useful and can provide a link that would be appreciated.

    Looking for something that a student might sign that says if you do something totally stupid, it's not my fault kind of thing. I know that many of these liability waivers a skilled attorney can still get around, but most trainer still use one.

    Thanks in advance.