Discussion in 'The DIS Unplugged Podcast' started by disney david, Mar 26, 2013.
Jack, let's ride IASW in May.
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Sorry, I don't buy it. No judge has to award anyone or their swanky lawyer anything.
The judge does not award anything, but Mr 30 lawsuits has plenty of billable hours to pay for. The attorney gets his piece of the pie eventually.
No disrespect to good attorneys, like Jack.
The boat was not sinking.
The building was not on fire.
I am personally disgusted by this whole thing.
may be they should of gave him a free duffy bear to make up for it instead of 8,000.
Duffy is too good for that.
Skip, come down in April and I'll ride with you.
School is in the way in April. I can't get down there, but I become a Florida resident this summer.
This is the real issue. Like Jack said, if he was truly suffering an attack he had his meds available but CHOSE not to use them. There isn't much more disgusting than a professional claimant (or in this case, professional plaintiff).
Whatever you feel about the case, Skip, I heartily object to the idea that one person's claim makes an entire class of people look bad. I don't assume that every disabled person files lawsuits whenever they feel like it, and assuming that people feel that way is going overboard.
If I owned a business, I would be afraid of the ADA and people taking advantage of it.
I know this because I have talked to general managers and business owners about this.
He has settled lawsuit after lawsuit. This makes disabled people look bad! I truly feel sorry for any business that has to deal with people like this.
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