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Old 10-13-2012, 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by easy-lift guy View Post
Since you have now had this experience with this customer and the rooster, I am curious how you will handle another encounter from a liability standpoint?. Lets suppose said Rooster sneaks up on you again while your working. Something gets damaged or someone gets hurt, excluding the Rooster. Would you be responsible or would you pin the blame on the customer or both? ESP. In lieu of the conversation you have already had with the customer.
easy-lift guy
In all seriousness, I believe liability would fall on me since the customer issued the warning in the beginning. If he wasn't warning people of possible dangers on his property, then it'd be different I'd imagine.
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