Your wordy and impassioned response is exactly the kind of thing that liability suits exemplify. I never stated you couldn't sue anyone. It's been made clear that this slug cuts corners, no license, certainly no insurance (what would he be insuring without license). About twenty some odd years ago a "guide" on the Clearwater swamped his boat and both of his passengers were lost, drowned. The " guide" swam to shore, hitched a ride to his vehicle, dropped his trailer in the launch lot and was never seen or heard from again. The waiver that is shown in this thread has no value to any customer as it has no representation, there's nothing to insure. It's already been stated that he copied this also.The point is that the customer must do the diligence and not blindly assume that the waiver they are signing provides them protection. If he's not licensed or insured he's nowhere near conscientious enough to be available in the event of an accident and all of the tort law in the world won't restore a limb or worst case, a life. The stolen pictures in this thread is the least of the issues involved here, and I'll go out on a limb and state that the injured parties would heartily agree with me.