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The Rogak Report: 28 Oct 2010: ** Infants - Negligence **

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  • Lawrence
    The Supreme Court, New York County, has held that a four year old girl who accidentally struck a woman with her bicycle is not too young to be sued for
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 28, 2010
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      The Supreme Court, New York County, has held that a four year old girl who accidentally struck a woman with her bicycle is not too young to be sued for negligence.   A kid can't be a kid anymore.  Now before she's even in kindergarten, she has to read Prosser On Torts  so she can understand what her duties are.    Forget learning "a, b, c."  Today's lesson on Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter N for Negligence and L for Lawyer.  What's next?  A Geico policy for tricycles?

      Read the decision here:  Menagh v. Breitman , 2010 NY Slip Op 32892(U)

      Larry Rogak

    • lbins123@yahoo.com
      Very cute. By the way Larry, are you going to appeal Judge Hirsh s decision on the IME cutoff issue. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry ... From:
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 29, 2010
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        Very cute. By the way Larry, are you going to appeal Judge Hirsh's decision on the IME cutoff issue.

        Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


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        Subject: The Rogak Report: The Most Useful Publication In The Insurance Claims Industry The Rogak Report: 28 Oct 2010: ** Infants - Negligence **

         

        The Supreme Court, New York County, has held that a four year old girl who accidentally struck a woman with her bicycle is not too young to be sued for negligence.   A kid can't be a kid anymore.  Now before she's even in kindergarten, she has to read Prosser On Torts  so she can understand what her duties are.    Forget learning "a, b, c."  Today's lesson on Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter N for Negligence and L for Lawyer.  What's next?  A Geico policy for tricycles?

        Read the decision here:  Menagh v. Breitman , 2010 NY Slip Op 32892(U)

        Larry Rogak

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