Hello all. I am here to ask a question obviously. Up at school I have several friends. One of these friends, her parents own 5 Burger Kings in Mass. She is currently dating a guy who is about 20 years old, and is doing the whole landscape / lawn bus stuff. He unfortunatley is not a D/B/A, Corp, or Inc. So therefore he has no insurance. He now wishes to get into snow plowing, and is going to be taking on the plowing at the Burger Kings. My friend is telling me that if somebody should slip and fall that they will just sue her parents and that will be the end of it. I have always thought though that it is our place to be sued if someone were to slip, fall and get hurt. I am not looking to do this job because it is several hundreds of miles away, and whatever, so it's not about competition. This is simply looking out for a friend. Is there any written documentation you all can think of that would state who would be sued should somebody trip and fall because of ice / snow? I am aware that you can state in any contract about taking no responsibilty for injuries, blah blah blah, but i also realize that usually that gets breached and doesn't offer much protection.