In Washington, preinjury contractual releases and waivers of liability are permitted. Whether or not they are actually enforceable depends on several factors, one of which is the conspicuousness of the contract language.
All small business owners, even those without employees, should understand Washington's workers' compensation reimbursement rights.
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