I think this can be handled. I know Carlisle gives away several cars a
year. Those cars are frequently built by the local Vo-Tech school. They
must have a way to handle the liability. Anyone know anyone from that
On Thursday, June 5, 2003, at 08:58 AM, DLancer7676@cs.com wrote:
> In a message dated 6/4/03 8:55:53 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>> I really hate to be a wet blanket, but are there liability issues for
>> Rick et al. Sorry.
> That thought crossed my mind when I read the original post too. Not
> liability issues for Rick, but for anyone who worked on the car,
> figuring the way
> the leeches of our society work today. There is surely a way to deal
> this--are there any lawyers on the list who would volunteer to find a
> way to
> protect those who in good faith worked on, or donated to, the car from
> lawyers? It IS an issue that has to be considered.
> Read the letter to the editor with pictures in the June issue of Healey
> Marque magazine about the 1960 BT7 belonging to Ray Gibbs in Northern
> He had PARKED his beautiful car and was refereeing a soccer game when
> a young
> girl plowed into the back of his Healey, ramming it into the car in
> front of
> it. Destroyed Ray's Healey. Conniving and despicable insurance
> companies and
> lawyers managed to exclude Ray from recovering the loss of his Healey,
> the car that his Healey was pushed into was compensated for damage to
> it. Don't
> ask me. .I am always astounded by some of the atrocious things that
> come out
> of our mockeries of "justice".
> But you just have to have a good lawyer with a good plan to protect
> you from
> other lawyers.
> --David C.
Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 1015 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104
"Don't be afraid to ask dumb questions, they are a lot easier to
handle than dumb mistakes.
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