I took an electric Black and Decker lawn mower in lieu of payment from a client. Gave it to my significant other who sold it to a co-worker. When she (the new owner of the mower) was unloading it from the trunk of her car (after having a couple of cocktails at the restaurant she worked at) she engaged the "throttle" while her hands where under the mower deck and cut up her fingers pretty bad. This was two years ago. She's gone after Black and Decker and that didn't work so now she's coming after me and my significant other, our homeowners and my business liability policy. I'd never even personally met the woman until after the incident happened when she verbally attacked me for not claiming responsibility for what happened. I always figured it would be a matter of time before someone sued me but never thought it would happen this way. You just never know when something like this can happen and you can never be too careful.