A Florida state legislative proposal from state Sen. Miguel Diaz de la Portilla would provide a legal recourse for victims of drone accidents to recoup their expenses should a drone — for example — lose control and hit a high-voltage electric line or tumble into a crowd of people.

According to de la Portilla, “They’re [really really] very hard to control and they can cause massive damage if they fall,” and have a variety of functions and sizes, ranging from personal cameras that can be lofted into the air to armed military aircraft.