This case takes place in Minnesota and involves a man who was attending a football game on a day when there were multiple thunderstorm and meteorology advisories for the area. The football stadium did not publicize to the attendants. The game continued despite the severe thunderstorm warnings. The game was called off an hour later when the weather worsened to a point that drivers were unable to safely operate their vehicles. The plaintiff was struck by lightning in the parking lot upon exiting the stadium. The plaintiff claims that the ticket purchase agreement on the back of the ticket was too small to read and therefore not binding. In addition, the plaintiff claims the defendant was liable due to their negligence in continuing the football game after the weather warning was issued. A ticket warning label expert is needed to opine on how the fine print does not exclude the stadium from liability in these circumstances.