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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:36 am 
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a woman shot in the chest that lived is suing the hotel, the bump stock maker, the gun mfr, and the actual shooter. The suit says the hotel should have known Paddock was a nut case, exactly how would they know that. And the hotel should have known what was going on in his room, exactly how, cameras in every room? women may not like that option. This is the stupidity of frivolous lawsuits

So I guess if some moron runs a red light and slams into me I can sue the car maker, Pepsi because he was drinking a pepsi at the time and the city and state for not stopping the moron from running a red light


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:42 am 
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I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:44 am 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:49 am 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:55 am 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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That's why he unloaded his wealth to the brother and girlfriend first while they give deer in the headlights style interviews. They don't want to have to return it for civil suites and also had am inclination that his demise was coming.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:18 pm 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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I thought only certain items could be attached, esp from an estate, see the OJ simpson case.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:39 pm 
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awesome guy wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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That's why he unloaded his wealth to the brother and girlfriend first while they give deer in the headlights style interviews. They don't want to have to return it for civil suites and also had am inclination that his demise was coming.


Maybe.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 12:40 pm 
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cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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I thought only certain items could be attached, esp from an estate, see the OJ simpson case.


That's true, but if it was a sizable estate it would still be able to satisfy a judgment.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 1:53 pm 
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ip_law-hokie wrote:
cwtcr hokie wrote:
ip_law-hokie wrote:
I hope she recovers a judgment. Good work by the plaintiff's bar.


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me too, so when i get hit in the back bumper by a chevrolet I can sue GM for the big bucks, when you know in reality she is not getting squat from the hotel or the mfr's involved. From the guys estate can a civil lawsuit attach an estate, I would think not as the guy is not able to defend himself and he is dead, I have no idea


I expect she has the best chance to recover from his estate than any other defendant. His estate remains a legal entity that can retain counsel and defended itself just the same as if he were still alive. The plaintiff can certainly recover a judgment against his estate.


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I wonder if his brother is his named executor? I wouldn't want the job -- it could go on for years. Decline and let the court appoint.


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