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Postby Tekker76 » Mon 17 Sep, 2018 12:57 am

Not a happy subject, but a couple of outdoor business attractions have been under the pump with lawsuits lately. One because some guy apparently broke their leg in an area they had entered without permission. Not too common to see this up here but I assume being its all the rage in the USA its probably occurring in the more populated areas of Australia as well? I find it disappointing if things are going this way. Also when it comes to meeting up with hikers online, maybe even transporting folks in your car or for walks on private land, is it worth the risk?
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Re: Lawsuits

Postby GPSGuided » Mon 17 Sep, 2018 2:27 pm

Litigation rate has certainly gone up dramatically over recent decades. Obviously all levels of society has contributed to it, but this perception of blame is at the core. People are less willing to responsibility for themselves. Great for the legal profession, great for the insurance industry, great for those who can scam the system for multi-million payouts. The rest lose.
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