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Old 12-14-2015, 03:20 AM
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It doesn't protect you. Where I live, there's like time limit for shoveling before you get tickets, I think after two tickets, you get a fine. It's under 24 hours, but I forget the exact number. I either have my husband do it or pay someone locally to do it. Also, they can still sue you for injury.
I don't live in a city or have sidewalks so no time limits here. And as I said it won't stop someone from suing you, it may prevent any awards as they acknowledged they know I'm unable to clear the sidewalks and driveway while adequately caring for/supervising children. I hate to see people advising publicly that waivers are worthless because again, while they won't stop a law suit they may prevent it from getting anywhere or awards being made.
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