Arbitration Agreement Executed By Injured Teenager Is Enforceable

The Georgia Court of Appeals has granted a motion to compel arbitration of claims brought by an individual who suffered serious injuries on a trampoline when he was seventeen years old and forged his father’s signature on a click-through agreement. The court rejected claims that the agreement to arbitrate was unenforceable because executed by a minor or that the contract was unconscionable.

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