To establish a scooter was defective, or that warnings about operating the scooter were inadequate, and that the motorized scooter gave the operator a "push," after he dismounted, the operator may be required to prove he inadvertently touched the control levers or otherwise came into contact with the scooter.
Belizzzi v. Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority
Gaming Disputes Court of Appeals
October 1, 2012
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