nacker: ReverendJynxed: Of course no responsibility on the part of the poor "victim" who was obviously riding at unsafe speeds.What was the posted speed limit on that part of the trail?
madcharlie: This is why we can't have nice things, or at least new things. Frivolous lawsuits like this prevent forward progress by making it too risky. I have a hard time believing that had this gone to trial the jurors would have found for the plaintiff.
evil saltine: nacker: ReverendJynxed: Of course no responsibility on the part of the poor "victim" who was obviously riding at unsafe speeds.What was the posted speed limit on that part of the trail?It's a walking trail. If you decide to ride some high-speed device on a walking trail you do so at your own risk.
IbiEvacua: So when I trip and fall down my stairs, and break my brain, do I sue the apartment's owners? The landlord? The firm which built it? Because goddamnit someone other than me deserves to pay for my accident.
Wayne 985: Couldn't she have walked her bike through it instead of gunning through? There have been times the city hasn't properly laid out cinder on icy roads like they normally do, but I've never said, "F' it" and slammed my foot on the gas.
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