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BA sued over recent crash @ LHR

#6
I was quite traumatised by seeing this reported on the news as there was no warning that there would be images of a crashed aircraft in the reports. I am therefore contacting my 'No win, no fee' lawyer. If anyone else feels the same, then we could all launch a joint action...........
 
#7
He said he has been highly anxious and unable to sleep since the accident in which all 152 passengers and crew were evacuated from the plane safely.
F-cking gaylord.

Don't think this deserves any further comment.
 
#9
This cnut should be thankful they aren't sponging his worthless remains off the tarmac.

Seems there are no depths people will not sink too when they see the £ flashing infront of them.
 
#11
85,000 quid ? I´m outraged ! If it was the States, it would be $ 85,000,000 8O

Mind you, let me have a quick think about this one: If I travel on a plane, I know before I set foot on board that there´s a chance it may crash. Therefore I voluntarily travelled on the aircraft being at least aware of the chance of a crash. Hence WhyTF should I get 85 grand compensation ?

I saw a car crash whilst driving the other day, can I claim compensation for the trauma ? :?
 
#12
whyohwhy said:
He said he has been highly anxious and unable to sleep since the accident in which all 152 passengers and crew were evacuated from the plane safely.
F-cking gaylord.

Don't think this deserves any further comment.
Unable to sleep since 17 January. This must be a world record.

Claim should be dismissed on the grounds that the cnut actually owes BA money for adding about 8 hours per day to this cúnts life! Given that amount of extra time per day he can get a second (real) job, do extra research, shag more students, etc, etc. And he has the cheek to complain!
 
#13
Reading the comments on here has brought me out in a cold sweat, never mind the emotional damage all this outrage is causing me. I will be consulting my solicitor and suing ARRSE forthwith. Probably best to set up a standing order because I will be back again next week, and the week after that, and the week after...
 
#14
Just a bit of advice needed here. I was on a bus the other day which had a puncture and the bang scared the bejasus out of me. How much do you think I should claim bearing in mind that because I'm only a working man in a real job I go to sleep at night because I'm tired?
 
#15
craftsmanx, if you pull the "I´m a University Lecturer" or any other kind of minority card, you should be quids in. However do not, I repeat DO NOT try and pull the "Ex Squaddie PTSD" card, because your claim will probably be laughed out............
 
#16
Certa_Cito said:
85,000 quid ? I´m outraged ! If it was the States, it would be $ 85,000,000 8O

Mind you, let me have a quick think about this one: If I travel on a plane, I know before I set foot on board that there´s a chance it may crash. Therefore I voluntarily travelled on the aircraft being at least aware of the chance of a crash. Hence WhyTF should I get 85 grand compensation ?

I saw a car crash whilst driving the other day, can I claim compensation for the trauma ? :?
Mind you, let me have a quick think about this one: If I join the Army, I know before I put the uniform on that there´s a chance I may go to war. Therefore I voluntarily put my self in harms way being at least aware of the chance of a war. Hence WhyTF should I get 85 grand compensation?

I saw a bomb explosin whilst on patrol the other day, can I claim compensation for the PTSD?

:twisted: ?
I am having bad day and this sort of tripe doesn't help.
 
#20
It's a bit different to the last british teacher involved in a plane crash.

Remember Pete Hill from the Phuket crash in Sep?

"Peter Hill, an English teacher from Manchester, forced the door open and dragged up to three fellow passengers to freedom before saving himself.

Mr Hill, who has been publicly praised by the Thai prime minister for his assumed heroism, today posted a sign outside his hospital room saying he would not be giving any interviews.

" I just want to make the full moon beach party next week and finish my holiday."

Mr Hill did not want to be identified as being on the flight, and has refused all media interviews. His heroism was brought to the attention of the government ministers by staff at the hospital, where some 30 of the survivors are recuperating after the disaster.

Thanks to his actions, passengers in Row 24 of the aircraft were saved. All are believed to have received serious burns in the process."
 

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