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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Who Form 8815 Liability

Instructions and Help about Who Form 8815 Liability

Hello, Movers & Shakers. Welcome to another episode of the Real Jay Burnham show. So glad you're here. We're going to be talking about liability waivers and release forms and why you should do that to cover your assets. That's "ass", you get what I did there? Ha ha. Chuck Nice laugher. Alright, guys, we're going to get right into it. The other day, I made a video about the BBB because I saw something on a forum that I'm a part of, and everybody was asking about the BBB. Well, on that same forum, there was another discussion about something that came up. I posted a meme on Instagram about how movers don't disconnect gas, electric, water lines, they come in, and so on. A lot of people kept saying, "Well, I do it, I do it." This brought up the topic of waivers and release of liability forms. Basically, movers will disconnect gas, electric, water lines, they will remove things from the home, they will drive on the customer's land, but the customer has to be willing to sign what is called a release of liability waiver or form. Basically, it just says, "Hey, you know, we're going to drive on your property, there's potential risk in us doing that, and you're going to assume all risk and liability, including towing us out and any associated costs, like fixing your yard, for example. By signing this form, you release the moving company from any damages or liabilities that may occur. You cannot sue us if something happens." And I think this is very smart. If you're going to do things that are risky and have a high potential for damage, and you want to provide that service to your customers, then you need to have release of liability...