Rank #1: Episode 3: Runners' Legal Rights as Gyms Reopen
Gyms are among the first businesses to get the go-ahead to reopen in some states and communities. Can runners blame their gyms if they believe they contracted a virus at the gym? The fine print in gym contracts makes it difficult to do so.
Apr 25 2020
Rank #2: Episode 9: Around Railroad Tracks, Runners Are Trespassers
Most railroad tracks are private property or travel across private property. Runners face both legal liability and personal injury when they go there. When runners get injured while running on or around railroad tracks, chances are slim they can win in court.
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May 22 2020
Rank #3: Episode 6: Am I Trespassing While Running? Look for the Signs
This is the first in a series of episodes that explore the rights runners have to use private property. How do we know when property is private and not welcome? Look for signs, look for fences, and obey directives to leave private property. www.lawofrunning.com
May 06 2020
Rank #4: Episode 5: Runner vs Dog: What the Laws Say
Unleashed dogs present a danger to runners in cities, suburbs, parks, and rural areas. With many of us exploring new areas for running during these weeks of social distancing, it is worth considering the laws that apply when runners are bit or otherwise injured by dogs.
May 02 2020
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Rank #5: Episode 2: Social Distancing: Can I Run in the Street?
Runners might find themselves running in the street more often these days, to practice social distancing but also because there are fewer cars. This episode explores your legal right to run in the street when sidewalks are available.
Apr 23 2020