Hi this is Robert Stewart with Hill13.com.
So you’ve gathered up your friends on a Saturday and made it out to a local commercial field
to play paintball. When you get there, before they are going to give you a gun and let you
play you are going to have to sign one of these. This is a liability waiver. Without
getting into a lot of mumbo jumbo the document basically states that if you get injured you
will hold the field owner harmless. It s going to contain information such as your date of
birth, emergency contact, your driver’s license, home address, and your signature that tells
the paintball owner that you indemnify him in and hold him harmless in case you are injured.
Now if you are a minor you are going to have to bring along an adult and they are going
to have to sign for you. If not you are not going to be able to play nor can another person
besides your parent or guardian be responsible for you in that capacity so it has got to
be one of those two. The reason being is that paintball if played improperly can be dangerous
both to your eyes and to your body so it is a requirement at any reputable field.