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Tag Archives: drones
If a drone you were using in conjunction with your real estate business does damage that results in a lawsuit, the plaintiff will probably name you and the drone operator as defendants. “A commercial drone photographer should carry an aviation … Continue reading
Instead of using a ladder to inspect parts of a home, insurance claims adjusters are instead turning to drones. They’re easy to use and safer for insurance employees. And drone inspections take less time than a physical inspection, potentially shortening … Continue reading