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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:11 pm
Hi If a very powerful company was working on a transformer (pylon) and they brought their own generator to use, and there was a unforeseen problem with the generator which caused the generator to trip, would that company still be liable for the damages caused ?
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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:15 pm
@Shellylawlor1986,
Shellylawlor1986 wrote:
If ... there was a unforeseen problem with the generator which caused the generator to trip

Damage to what? Their own generator? Not enough information.


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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:18 pm
@centrox,
Appliances in people's homes .
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centrox
 
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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:22 pm
What was the generator being used for? is the large and powerful company the power (utility) company?

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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:29 pm
@centrox,
Yes but nervous to give names
They came out to do planned work. Whilst they were doing their work every house suffered by the electrics cutting in and out and every house but one had broken appliances . We have been told they are not liable for damages as the error was a unforseen error on the generator they brought . And only if they were negliget could they be to blame . No problems at all before they come . Only when they were there. Did things start going wrong .
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Reply Wed 7 Jun, 2017 01:48 pm
Lawyer. Insurer.
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