Throwing in my 2 cents worth here...since this subject
would cover just about everything that goes on here:
It seems to me that subject of alleged "harmful"
advice has already been covered in the courts years ago...
and if I'm not mistaken it was ruled that some
advice one fellow gave to another was just considered
as "barbershop" advice and not "professional" or paid
advice and therefore the judge ruled in favor of the
Any attorneys out there who can verify that without
getting into a lot of details?
On Thu, 13 Sep 2001 07:26:58 -0400 email@example.com writes:
>Dave K3BHJ forwards:
>> Is everything i'm saying correct? what are other
>> liability areas, if any of Central, in this fact
>> pattern? Further suggestions?
>While I have MUCH respect for the subscribers of this reflector and
>wealth of knowledge, IMHO *these* questions belong with an attorney
>structural engineer *under retainer* by someone. Providing an
>answer... indirectly makes you a part of this quagmire. Even if I
>licensed structural engineer, I would not answer these questions under
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