Skip to comments.Vile: Ambulance chasing attorney sets up site for Reno Air Races crash victims
Posted on 09/19/2011 1:44:13 PM PDT by EveningStarEdited on 09/19/2011 2:38:56 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
Okay, I’m in.
Is it THAT surprising?
Reminds me about a funny video I saw yesterday: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQxv-kvTvMA
You pinged Pukin Dog?
I understand. I always respected his aviation comments.
Sounds like he’s a transplant from the East Coast.
This is mostly an old ping list that I copied from another FReeper’s profile page.
Found this, too:
Oh. OK. I thought maybe you were trying to make a statement or something.
Some people still do resent... Well, never mind. Won’t go picking at old scabs.
Pukin' Dog submitted his Opus years ago.
What a wonderful do-gooder shyster. Even wears his “charity” on his website for all to see what a great guy he is:
“I love this city, it’s been good to me.
I’ve always wanted to help the people around me
and now I have a chance to give back to the community.”
Glen J. Lerner
What would anyone expect? People don’t go out for a Sunday event expecting to get killed, have their legs ripped off, and or get chainsawed by exploding shrapnel.
If people want to hold these events for personal profit, they’d better expect to be held personally responsible when things go bad.
For later read ......................................... FRegards
As a pilot for 55 years and having attended 2 air races myself I have always felt that an accident like this was bound to happen some time. The problem with air races is the only way to protect the crowd completely is the front straight would have to be so far away that the crowds would not come.
With that in mind I believe the race promoters are very libel for what happened and the victims deserve a large award.
I also have a distaste for ambulance chasers when they are trying to bring cases for those that are not really injured. But this is not the case. The victims had every expectation that they would be safe. I believe the promoters knew better an were just taking a gamble with others lives.
Glen J. Lerner
Ping for later reading....
Disgusting. This guy is so low, he needs an umbrella to keep the ants from peeing on him.
I live in Reno and was a few miles from the air race when the incident happened. Last night one of my pastors told his story—he was about 100 ft. from impact.
Word around town about the future of the Reno Air Races is: the lawyers and insurance companies will decide its fate.