Model Denise Underhill files suit against Playboy
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Model Denise Underhill Injured in Trampoline fall during a photo shoot. She has filed suit against Playboy for an injury she sustained while jumping on a trampoline during a photo shoot. She was required to jump on a trampoline for a photo shoot. During her jumping session, she tore the meniscus in her right knee. Instead of calling for doctors, however, photo shoot staff simply gave first aid and sent her. She is now asking for about $25,000 in damages for her injuries, claiming that she even had to undergo surgery on the bad knee. Trampolines have posed safety risks in the past.In most cases, people are flying in the air, jumping much higher than they could without the aid of the trampoline. Injuries can occur depending on how a person lands, and on what they land on. Under a legal products liability theory, the manufacturer of a product can be liable if they do not adequately warn consumers of the hidden dangers of using their product. Photo shoot staff may also have had the legal duty to warn Underhill about the dangers of jumping on a trampoline, and may be liable if the court can find that they were negligent in sending her away. with out consulting a doctor.
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Playboy Sued: Model Injured in Trampoline Fall


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