Put it in writing. Possibly on your attorney's letterhead. Mail the notice to them by U.S. Priority Mail. That way you will have confirmation that they received the notice, but they will not have the opportunity to reject the mailing as do people who are sent the old fashioned Certified Mail. Always paper everything. Phone calls are a waste of time.
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you have done evrything you can to warn those involved. i wouldn't be concerned about being liable if someone unfortunately was hurt. you are a good samaritan!Ask a similar question
Perhaps you can take your trash and your neighbor's trash to the bottom of the hill to promote safety and good will? Then you will not have to think about lawsuits. Merry Christmas!Ask a similar question
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