Mazakman said:Who sues for 25K anyway? You can earn that much working for a few months.
There is no way the baby was seriously injured. She was probably regularly seeing a doctor. The Doctor would have noticed something wrong, especially since if she was smart she would have told her doctor about what happened that night. Which means they would have done tests. Since it's not mentioned that the then unborn baby was injured. Then it's most likely perfectly fine.Alf33 said:(which I can understand, but it wasn't mentioned if the baby was fine, which it probably was)
Party Rocker said:While I feel that she is being completely absurd about this. However, the same thing goes for hot coffee. When you buy coffee you should understand that most of the time it comes extremely hot. In fact most people selling coffee tend to give you a vocal warning, but people want things written in full clarity. The sign at the front of the park does not say anything specific towards people who may be pregnant. I bet next year, they may add something more specific towards pregnant individuals.