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Old 12-08-2007, 11:08 PM
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To someone who got hit on his bike after a 19 year old dancer who was drunk hit him and he lost his leg.

Thats not a good thing...
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Old 12-08-2007, 11:21 PM
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where is Dlaw to explain this
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Old 12-08-2007, 11:27 PM
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It's probably a good thing that guy sold his boat then. I saw a Skater over there one time when I was out, told it was his and that he just sold it. That thing was bad!!! He was coming out at Halifax the same time I was that day. It was LOWDDDD!!!!
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Oh I have been through the hit on the motorcycle and lost a leg deal....good luck collecting on anything from the persons employer. If the girl that hit him has insurance that will be all he will get.
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where is Dlaw to explain this
Not sure about other states. In some places bars, even private home owners have some liability in allowing people to get drunk and leave their places by car. In WA its illegal to sell alcohol to someone who appears under the influence. If you get hit by a drunk, you could argue that the bar, home owner was just as responsible for that drunk being on the road. They broke the law serving an under the influence person or a minor in this instance. If they did not break the law no drunk on the road!!!!
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Not sure about other states. In some places bars, even private home owners have some liability in allowing people to get drunk and leave their places by car. In WA its illegal to sell alcohol to someone who appears under the influence. If you get hit by a drunk, you could argue that the bar, home owner was just as responsible for that drunk being on the road. They broke the law serving an under the influence person or a minor in this instance. If they did not break the law no drunk on the road!!!!
Her being under age may have something to do with it as well.
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Fever Mike was hit by some idiot and was almost killed. The guy even tried to keep going. Mike is the toughest guy I know to survive and now prosper in life!
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http://www.news-journalonline.com/Ne...AD03120807.htm

awarded 4.8 million.

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That article cleared up alot.
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Our legal system sucks. There was no proof of her DUI to the point where she wasn't even charged for DUI. How in the world can they get 4.8m out of a club then?

Probably half because a lot of people have an animosity to strip clubs, and half because the guy was a cop. I think the girl should be paying for it, not the club.
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