Roger Hassenforder Registered User
#151

Conor74 said:
If you're not familiar with the cases that are the bedrock of occupiers liability in Ireland, fair enough...but you must accept that overshadows your analysis of the law. Both of them involved trespassers.


How about you reference cases you introduce and we can discuss them...you're here long enough to know how this works...
The only thing overshadowing my analysis is your condescending attitude, and aptitude in goalpost moving. Have we moved on from your hillwalker, and the OP scrote with the, ahem, torn scrotum?

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muppetshow1451 Registered User
#152

I know a good solicitor,his name is kick in the nuts for free.

suicide_circus Registered User
#153

Solicitors confirming every negative stereotype of themselves in here. Oink oink.

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Ads by Google Registered User
#154

I'd disown a family member if they sued for this, and I'd actively try to ruin their miserable life.

Skedaddle Registered User
#155

I actually wonder should the state could be taken to the European Court of Justice or even European Court of Human Rights for this?

It seems like the victim of a crime is actually being victimised further through the civil law system. Regardless of what the outcome is, is a huge stress and also could potentially incur significant and potentially unrecoverable legal costs defending the case.

There is an EU directive protecting victims of crime.

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A32012L0029

decky1 Registered User
#156

If it was A Chinese Takeaway' you could give him some Chicken Balls to replace the damaged ones, put his photo in the local newspaper so every one could give him a good slagging. typical of this country --even allowing him to make a claim. Up the mountains some night with him Damaged testicles would be the least of his worries.

Nekarsulm Registered User
#157

His name and photo is on the front of this weeks local weekly newspaper, The Anglo-Celt.

http://www.anglocelt.ie/news/roundup/articles/2018/01/12/4150694-ridiculous-state-of-affa/

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Sue Pa Key Pa Registered User
#158

Vic_08 said:
And as I have said repeatedly the reason to push the case through is to force a settlement on the defendant on the basis that paying the settlement will be cheaper than winning the case where there is 0 chance of claiming back expenses off a scummer.

Only the crime victim defendant has any stake in the case, win or loose he will be out of pocket, win or loose his lawyer will be getting his fee paid. The plaintiff has no reason not to proceed, he won't be paying out if he looses and his lawyer is gambling that he can force a settlement and get his cut of the con.

Your several-page off-topic rantings on the insurance industry does not absolve the legal profession for their amoral abuse of the system in this way.


I can't put it any better than this, so I'll leave it there.

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BowSideChamp Registered User
#159

Nekarsulm said:
His name and photo is on the front of this weeks local weekly newspaper, The Anglo-Celt.

http://www.anglocelt.ie/news/roundup/articles/2018/01/12/4150694-ridiculous-state-of-affa/


The solicitor who wrote that letter should have his photo in the Celt.

And why do Judges keep giving out suspended sentences?? Lock them up. If there is no more room, build more prisons.

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Kivaro Registered User
#160

BowSideChamp said:

And why do Judges keep giving out suspended sentences?? Lock them up. If there is no more room, build more prisons.


They don't have the money to build more prisons because of the fortune being spent on forever homes, which ironically allows the vicious cycle of "taking and not contributing" to continue.

BlaasForRafa Registered User
#161

Nekarsulm said:
His name and photo is on the front of this weeks local weekly newspaper, The Anglo-Celt.

http://www.anglocelt.ie/news/roundup/articles/2018/01/12/4150694-ridiculous-state-of-affa/


he's a dirty looking scrote

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Dakota Dan Registered User
#162

RossieMan said:
If the shop owner has set up traps or done something negligible then yes, he can be sure regardless of how the incident occured.

A big one from years ago was some of the older generation set glass on the top of their walls when building them, came back to bite many of them in the arse.


If he pulled that stunt with me he'd be minus his balls.

imme Registered User
#163

what a scummy bollocks

Kivaro Registered User
#164

imme said:
what a scummy sore bollocks



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