Depends on the situation. If the transportation was done at the request of your friend, and the "service" was done for the sole benefit of your friend, then you could be considered an agent for your friend. If so, then his insurance should cover at least part of the cost of his damaged equipment.
Also a point to note, is how the equipment came to be damaged. If you dropped it while loading it into a vehicle is completely different from if someone crashed into the back of your equipment-loaded vehicle at a stoplight, causing the damage.
I would think that if you're a transporter/mover professionally and/or own/work for a company that provides such services, would be pertinant. If you were paid a fee over costs, would factor in as well.
If you were simply doing a friend a favor, for free, and were involved in an accident with another vehicle, the negligent parties insurance carrier would cover damages to property (if you were At Fault, your ins. carrier should pay-friend would need to receipts etc. proving cost and age of equipment). If that's not the case, surely your friend has his "professional" equipment insured and they would pay.
A car is useful for alot of things. like transporting things and getting you and you family/friends to places.
Any dog can be friends with any other dog if the owner is responsible.
Because humans are a social animal we must interact with others to survive and this means we are responsible for our actions. Our first responsibility is to our own selves: our health, our goals and our sense of ethics. In our personal lives we are responsible to our families and friends, for giving the time and caring. In our professional lives we have professional responsibilities differing from profession to profession, but generally similar in the our responsibilities are meant to create trust in our working relationships.
If you are a responsible mature adult, you move on with your life.
If you have decided to make use of professional tax preparation services, then try to get a referral from your friends or family members. It is important to get a referral for tax preparation services to protect yourself. Many people are under the impression that an accountant or tax professional is responsible for any mistakes made during the filing process. The truth is that these professionals truly have little to no accountability in the process. The person who is responsible for any information filed is the taxpayer. The taxpayer will be responsible for any deductions that are claimed and should not have been taken.
you need your family, friends and your love ones. (:
keep it professional only, dont try to make friends with your boss, just do your job best you can
The term "roadies" is often used to describe the group of people that travel with a band are responsible for the set-up and break-down of equipment at shows. Roadies are often friends of the band, and are an integral part of keeping a tour running smoothly.
People consider being responsible as taking care of your business and the consequences that go with it. This can be in regards to yourself, your job, family and friends or others.
No, they are just friends and have a professional working relationship.
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A CPA or other tax professional is a good place to start. Consult with friends and neighboors for recommendations in your area.