You're right. Firing doesn't absolve the company of responsibility.
Everyone is human and makes mistakes.Giving to charity is a decision
after the suit wins.What are the financial losses anyway? Does that
mean that the value of the loss of a human life is dependent on expected years
or money to pass on? If so, that reminds me of the difference between animals in
the Assop Fable "where are your fangs". Or something like that.This is part two because even though the counter said that I had some words
left, it wasn't accepted.
Maybe I don't see it. A bus going north, probably in the right lane,
doesn't see someone going west (stepping off the curb to the right) but
another car does? I could see it if the person was in the crosswalk going east
in front of the car and (not practicing defensive walking) stepped into the far
right lane where the bus driven by someone not paying attention and not
practicing defensive driving was at. But that apparently didn't happen.True UTA didn't train drivers for Death Race 2000 but they
apparently didn't train this one good enough for Safe Streets 2013.Law suits provide further incentive to those who need it in order to
discourage further carelessness. Isn't that something good?
I support this lawsuit; however, having the lawsuit proceeds go to charity would
be the right thing.These are grown children, not dependent upon the
decedent for their upbringing.Mr Wirick's long-standing business
obviously was not a multi-million dollar company; what ARE their financial
Organizations are ultimately responsible the actions of their employees, firing
the employee does not absolve the organization of the guilt of taking one's
I drive for UTA. This lady has already gone through hell due to this tragedy.
Why put her through more? I like Elder Packers advice he has given many times
over the pulpit. Let it go.I see nothing good coming out of this lawsuit.
2 bitsYou're kidding, right?Public and private
corporations are held accountable every day for the actions of their employees
during the course of normal business activities.
Why is UTA responsible for his death? They didn't train her to run over
people or drive carelessly or authorize her to run people over in the
cross-walk. Kim did that. I know UTA has the money (and Kim doesn't)
but I don't see how UTA is responsible for his death.