You signed a waiver for your child to participate in an activity, but your youngster suffered an injury while participating. Are you out of luck when it comes to seeking compensation from the organization that put on the event? Maybe, but maybe not.
A waiver is required to be signed nowadays as a condition to participating in just about every organized activity. The purpose of the waiver is to protect an entity from liability for injuries that may occur during the activity, instead, forcing participants to assume the risk.