Re: Disclaimer or urban legend?
Best of all, I bet that kind of
disclaimer would stand up better in a court of law than the more
legalese, since it's much harder to claim the language is
I had a little mail exchange with the owner (?) of Nelson Rocks, a
lawyer himself. He says he does not carry liability insurance and has
every visitor sign a waiver (apparently with the same gist as the
His strategy, should a lawsuit threaten, is to inform the enemy lawyer
- there is no insurance (hence, no deep pockets to pick),
- he will not settle under any circumstances (hence, a lot of cost
pursuing the claim all the way)
- he will represent himself, being a lawyer (hence, no skyrocketing
legal bills that could bring him to his knees).
He thinks that no lawyer will touch a case like that.
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Disclaimer or urban legend?: From: Hart, Geoff
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