Thread: Snow Removal
15th February 2010, 01:28 PM #1Junior Member
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A legal type had shared this with me and I thought it was interesting and a little disturbing as well.
He said that when we conduct snow removal in an effort to make life a little easier for the customer that we are also giving the impression or implying that there is a degree of safety offered by the business, and, that in doing so a certain amount of responsibility is to be expected.
On the other hand he went on to say that if you don't address the problem at all and don't remove snow and the danger or difficulties it presents, you actually have much less liability in that there is no safety expressed or implied in the first place.
Very curious, but I still think we should continue to do what we can for the customer because I believe they expect and deserve a certain amount of service after the sale.
Another storms on the way. Gotta grab the shovel!
15th February 2010, 05:08 PM #2
You know what Shakespeare said about lawyers ...John Carlisle
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15th February 2010, 08:40 PM #3
And you would find another dozen lawyers that would argue the other side of that one --- Your damned if you do and your damned if you don't!!!Wayne
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16th February 2010, 02:11 PM #4Senior Member
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