A Vermont ski resort has reached a settlement with a skier who said the resort was at fault for his injuries on a trail and during a rescue. Alfred Rocks sued Killington Ski Area, contending that it failed to maintain a trail in a “reasonably safe condition” when Rocks suffered leg fractures during a fall in 2009. The 53-year-old Rocks said he suffered additional injuries when a ski patrol toboggan he was strapped into flipped over. The settlement was reached as a U.S. District court jury in Rutland was preparing for the second day of trial in the lawsuit. The amount of the settlement is confidential.
Source: Claims Journal
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