Farmers wouldn’t be financially liable for the death of a person participating in an agricultural tourism exercise underneath a bill that has cleared the Wisconsin Senate.
Agricultural tourism is developing in recognition as farmers and other people search for methods to diversify their operations to bring in a lot more income.
The bill approved on a voice vote would grant immunity if the tourist dies as a outcome of a threat inherent in the exercise and the provider posts a signal providing observe about the potential risk.
Immunity would not be granted if the tourism provider fails to post the indicator, acts with willful disregard for the participant’s security or intentionally causes the death.
The Assembly has passed the measure. It now goes to Gov. Scott Walker.
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