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At last, Compo claim rejected !!

#2
Most court casses (if they ever reach court) get f--ked off tbf. It's the rise of the no win no fee bollocks that screws everything up, they are never contested and never taken on if they were likely to.
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
#6
Well she has to earn money somehow.

After all what can she do, except maybe work as a stand-in for Robot Wars?
As a quadraplegic, she could be used as surprise sex practice equipment, a bit like Resus Annie, it's not like she going to feel anything and will act just the same way as Annie and just lie there :)
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#7
self inflicted yet they expect a hollywood lifestyle out of it, chuck her back at the parents as penance for raising a mong daughter.

ideally she should be stuck in a room out the back with just daytime telly in black and white and no remote until she died from infected bedsores, like the nhs used to be before they ruined it.

with anyluck a concerned parent will accidentally leave a pillow over her face when the sun is too bright for her
 
#8
As a quadraplegic, she could be used as surprise sex practice equipment, a bit like Resus Annie, it's not like she going to feel anything and will act just the same way as Annie and just lie there :)
She's tetraplegic, so can use her arms in a feeble attempt to fight you off.
 
#12
After reading endless stories about people claiming compensation for all sorts of old bollocks it nice to see a court saying no for once.

Pool owner not to blame over paralysed girl as judge rejects £6m claim | News

The bus can stay parked up for this one.
There is no question of common sense prevailing. The case was decided on established principles of law. A more complete picture of this case is found in the law report:

Kylie Grimes v David Hawkins & Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2011] EWHC 2004 (QB)



 

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