Rufus The Stunt said:
Y'all have been watching waaay to much wrestling
That cat flew over a sea of people and dropped his leg on somebody's head which then collided with the stage. Cats be having concussions off basic household items falling off high shelves landing on their heads. It's completely reasonable that the weight of a grown man sandwiching a woman's head into a hard stage at the speed he was moving did some damage to her. When they say brain damage, they're not saying she's Timmy status.
About time. It seemed like no one used logical reasoning from page 1 till up to page 5 or 6. It's like people on Boxden repeats the poster after the next poster and so on. I mean the same comments "bi*ch, ain't getting sh*t", "bi*ch can't get brain damage from that", "She trying to get rich" etc I mean a repetition yet no one explains their statement of how it's definitely not possible to get brain damage, if you are claiming she is faking. I swear. If that was the average person they would sue just the same. Who get's legged drop and is like "oh, it's okay"?
A lot of yall have never read the small print on a concert ticket
Usually says something along the lines of
[Insert Venue and Host Here] assumes no liability for personal loss; injury, death, property damage or other related harm suffered by participants, spectators, site owners, leasers, or others who may be adversely affected by event for personal loss.
Thats why when those freak accidents happen, where a stage collapses on a bunch of people and they get crippled or die, you never hear about them or their families suing..
Everything has a loop hole plus it depends on the type of business like LLC, Corp etc