> I am actually having the local club help me take down a tower/antenna
> which I then am going to donate to the club a week from this Saturday.
> The XYL and I had exactly the same conversation just last night, how to
> protect (liability) during the process. I was going to call ARRL and see
> if they had an answer.
> Will keep a eye out for any replies and if I get any info I will pass it
> along to you and the reflector.
> 73 de
> Ron W4LDE
Liability for who?
There's lots of ways to look at this..
If I were to invite a bunch of buddies over to have a barbeque, and bad
things happen with the propane bottle, injuring my buddies, my
homeowner's insurance would cover it (probably).
If I set up a party and charge admission, and then the propane bottle
blows up, that's another story.
If I go over to my buddy's house and asks me to start his barbeque, and
it blows up, then there's probably some back and forth between our two
homeowners/health insurance companies.
If I go over to my buddy's house and he pays me to start the barbeque
(especially if I'm in the barbeque lighting business), and it blows up,
it might be more of a problem for me than for him.
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