$67Mil. lawsuit over a pair of missing pants~ what do you think.?
Have you read the story? That rookie lawyer is ridiculous and needs to pick on someone else. They found the pants a week later but is still suing the dry cleaners. It's stupid and he is probably just trying to see how far he can take it.
67M even if he wins the case there is no way a dry cleaner has that kinda money
I have been searching for my brand new blue jeans I bought recentyl while on vacation. Who should I sue for my missing jeans?
This is why lawyers have the reputation that they do. This is why we have so many lawyer jokes. The lawyer that took this case is a real ambulance chaser.
And the judge that initiated this lawsuit should never, ever be on the bench. The guy's a freeloader hoping to get rich on stupidity. Maybe he should get a real hot cup of coffee at a restuarant and pour it on himself. Maybe he should stick a finger into some chili somewhere?
I feel sorry for the laundromat owner. He/she is probably some poor person who came to this country to work hard and try to make a living for themselves. They might lose everything over a frickin' pair of pants.
I think that stupid Judge needs a wack in the face for being so arrogant and selfish. I would rip his hair off, if he didn't wear a wig. Retard.
I think the judge needs to be disbarred........I would hate to have him as a judge! He's being stupid
It's called frivolous but his name will be known, unfortunately for being unreasonably ignorant.
I read that story. I find the 'judge's' lawsuit crazy. He should know better than that.
its ridiculous. I am not sure what his strategy is. But he has to be an idiot.
I have'nt seen the story. But you can't sue anyone $67Mil over a pair of $50 pants...If the pants were returned, there's nothing to sue for. The case will be thrown out.
#1 it was a judge
#2 it will get tossed out
#3 this korean family will probably sue
#4 he doesn't deserve a freaking dime
I read he was a judge. Anyway, don't judge the legal profession by a few bad apples.
I heard he was a judge. Maybe he is trying to make a point about one of the big problems with our legal system. That could be true if he is retiring soon. Let's examine the facts. You cannot bleed a rock. If he is asking 67 million of a family dry cleaners, unless he is mentally deficient he cannot possibly expect to receive it. How can they pay 67 million if they don't have it. No insurance coverage is that high and its very unlikely they have money like that. The only logical explanation is the guy wants to make a statement. He may be trying to force limits to law suites like these by being ridiculous within the letter of the law. Even if he's retiring its a dumb move. People won't get it they will just hate his guts.