Anyone can sue you at anytime. If you are expecting some guarantee that you can avoid lawsuits related to a business venture (also those suits may come from clients, contractors, employees, the states, and third parties), the answer is that this is impossible. Risks are part of business. Your goal is to mitigate those risks and the only way that is done properly is through legal advice on regulatory issues, agreements, terms, and other strategies. Hire a lawyer. Good luck.
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If you proceed in forming the business I recommend you hire counsel. My firm represents start-up companies in areas of technology.
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It is always very important to have thoughtful terms that your clients adhere to before excepting your serivce. In these terms your liability can be greatly mitigated, but as suggested below, never eliminated. In most cases involving injury in these situations there is an "assumption of the risk" but you can always be sued.
We have handled many such matters for our clients, so feel free to contact me if you care to discuss in more detail over a free consult.
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