You're not wrong. This is another stupid thread clogging up what used to be a thriving forum.This isn't park news or rumors. Nothing will change as a result of someone's foot being run over at a value resort's food court.
Much better fit for general discussion. Not here.
Edit: I am wrong.
It went to court, it was litigated, I don’t understand what the defense was thinking.Honestly, this is a win for the mouse. The amount was likely no where near what she wanted, and it's enough to pay off the lawyers and make it go away and disappear- and at a far cheaper amount than it would have cost to actually litigate it.
That depends on what portion of the settlement is punitive, and what portion is reimbursement for medical bills and related expenses.Its an injury setlement and not technically income so its not subject to taxes. (at least not in the state I reside)
What does malpractice have to do with honesty? Malpractice is when a doctor makes a mistake due to negligence.Malpractice, unnecessary surgery, insurance fraud, over testing, big pharmaceutical influence, to name a few . Doctors are like any other profession, they are not all perfect.