Mee toooo. Most times when I mention the risk of crunching a homeowners pavement the begin to WIG. Lumberjack sent me his version, which was included on a specific job estimate. I was looking for more of a blanket statement. A page of fine print and legaleze.
The one my crane company uses is shorter than the one I sent you, 2 sentences I believe. My waiver covers things I dont consider my fault, its a work in progress/evolution. If something happens not covered by that waiver, its my fault or gets added to the waiver. Like I said though, I have never had to use the waiver.
My primary crane company will request a waiver depending on the job, the other company I use doesnt seem to care. Any time a large truck or crane or heavy equipment is used, I include it on my contract. For me contracts are SOP for jobs over $1k, also most bids are verbal, not written.
I convinced State Farm they would cover driveway damage for a removal off a house. They attached potential risk to the actual claim even though it was a seprate homeowner. Nothing happened though. I'll scan the letter they sent me.