Paintball Waiver Form

Paintball defined to be as the fastest and popular growing extreme sports and also to other countries in some parts of the world. In fact, many large corporate businesses, youth groups, and families enjoy paintball to build teamwork skills. But when you go into a professional and in a real competition paintball field, legal process is on cue. That’s the time that paintball players have to sign a paintball waiver. Participants are used to show that each player had already a basic knowledge of what they were getting into when they decided to play paintball and they also act as a deterrent from players that are injured to sue the paintball field. Paintball Waiver is basically a written agreement between the players and the owner of the paintball field.

The risk of injury from the activity and weaponry involved in paintball is significant, including the potential for permanent disability and death, and while particular protective equipment and personal discipline will minimize this risk, the risk of serious injury does exist. As to minors, parents certify that as parent/guardian with legal responsibility for the participant, do consent and agree not only to his/her release of the American Paintball League (APL) and all other paintball waiver but also to release and indemnify the paintball waiver from any and all liabilities incident to his/her involvement in these programs for herself, her heirs, assigns, and next of kin.

In renting with paintball equipments, it is also included in the paintball waiver. It should be understood by the participants that paintball waiver takes responsible in having the paintball equipments. They should have understand that after the sport they are responsible for returning the same equipment that they rent in working condition, if by negligence occur, paintball waiver is effective to give the participant liable and could be responsible for the cost of fixing or replacing the equipment .

As the participants sign the paintball waiver, he should have read and understood the paintball waiver and sign it freely and knowingly, intending that it shall be fully operative and effective in all respects and that it waives legal rights to which he might otherwise be entitled if he’s hurt or suffer loss during his participation in paintball event. Admission into the event, constitutes consent to use, without restriction, reproductions of likeness, whether by photograph, video, film or otherwise, for commercial and noncommercial purposes, including but not limited to publication in magazines, video, movies and internet web sites. By signing the form, he hereby state that he have read the rules provided and will abide by them as well as help others to abide by them. He will conduct in a sportsmanlike manner and play fair and honest at all times. And most importantly, fully accept and assume all such risks and all responsibility for losses, cost and damages he incur as a result of his participation in the Activity.

Paintball Waivers, despite what they claim, can always be interpreted by the courts and are limited in what they can do. For example, in most jurisdictions you cannot agree to waive your rights due to gross negligence (like the ceiling collapsing on you), despite what the paintball waiver may say.

Harlei: We just made a double braerl paintball machine gun along with 20 other assorted guns. we made it out of a few old guns but i’ll tell you its pretty cool. We bought this form and make all our participants sign in.