Would I be legally responsible?
Today I was playing soccer on a soccer field. The field is below parking spaces. There's a sign at the entrance of the soccer park that in essence says not responsible for vehicles damaged from balls. There was a group of adults testing out their drone in the parking lot. It was floating at their height while they were talking. Sometimes when I miss the goal, my ball shoots up to exactly where they were standing in the parking lot. So I was wondering, if I were to shoot a ball and miss and it hit the drone and it broke, could they sue me for the damage? I know the sign at the entrance says not responsible for cars damaged, but does that apply to things being used where the cars are normally parked? Of course I practiced on another field today because I was scared I was going to hit it, but if I were, could they take legal action and I would be forced to pay?
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