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Some trues examples of frivolous lawsuit   The Jovial You: Humor, Jokes and Riddles

Started Sep-25 by WALTER784; 112 views.
WALTER784

From: WALTER784

Sep-25

Some trues examples of frivolous lawsuits in Texas:
 
A woman sued a man because he swore at her in traffic. He offered to meet her and apologize, but she refused and filed suit for $5,000. She won $2,500 at the trial court level, but the decision was reversed on appeal because she failed to prove her distress was more than what a reasonable person could endure.
 
A man in Fort Worth filed a lawsuit against Elvis Presley Enterprises, contending that the King faked his death and ran off to live a normal life. He says he knows for certain that Elvis is alive because he has had frequent telephone calls from
him.
 
A South Texas man borrowed his neighbor's lawn mower. While mowing his own yard, he fell and pulled the lawn mower over his own foot. He sued his neighbor for $235,000. The jury awarded him nothing.
 
An inmate sued the county jail because he claimed there was an abundance of feathers near his cell and he was allergic to feathers, which caused his asthma to act up.
 
The assistant district attorney commented, "A jailbird should never be complaining about feathers." The inmate then sued the newspaper that reported the comment, claiming the guards made fun of him after they read it.
 
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From: Showtalk

Sep-25

We all know Elvis is alive.  

WALTER784

From: WALTER784

Sep-26

LOL... Yep...

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