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Hey Guys! My husband & I have recently started up our drone business and have accepted a job for a company. We thought it would be a nice gesture as well as a great way to promote our business to alert local business that we will be flying our drone around the area. Do you guys have any recommended resources that provide examples of a professional way to address this? We have love the advice & contract ideas from DroneLaw.Pro, but we unfortunately don't have the budget to purchase the documents at this time. Thanks in advance!
Hello to anyone who opens posts by new members! I'm excited to get involved in this online community and read and learn as much as I can! There seems to be an endless fountain of information to learn on this technology and FAA regulations, and quite frankly its a bit overwhelming. I'm hoping this forum helps me collect information to organize the most relevant aspects of the industry. I plan on using my DJI Mavic Air and Parrot Bebop 2 for Real Estate, and in the future hopefully creating media content for marketing other company's products and services. Before I drone on and lose any of you I'll finish this post by asking a few questions that hopefully some of y'all might have insight on. 1) What subjects do people find most difficult to grasp when it comes to flying quad-copters commercially? (Laws, Contracts, Notams, sectional charts, etc.) 2) Where do y'all recommend looking for contracts, contract structure? 3) What are the best free apps for information, and where do y'all find the best news on industry changes? Thanks to anyone who takes the time to respond! This is my favorite hobby, and I look forward to apply my skills in a commercial setting!
Has anyone come across or have a good client agreement spelling out what is expected of both parties and even perhaps, built in insurance waivers? In my insurance business I am quite use to providing stock carrier required applications and agreements, but we are 'grass roots' here and client unrelated due to the new chartered industry we are in. I am trying to put together a comprehensive 'coverall' of sorts, perhaps with a check box for insurance or waiver if denied with a elimination of liability clause. Any suggestions are helpful at this point.