On Fri, 10 Jun 2005, John P. Looney wrote:
> For the last few years, parents have been successfully suing the on-call
> ob-gyn type doctor if there child is born with defects requiring long-term
These would the spina bifida or cerebral palsy cases recently? (cant
remember which). Cant remember what that was about. I note since then
there's been an ad campaign on TV to encourage women to take folic
> For quite a while now, ireland has operated under the "No fault"
> system, where you don't have to prove someone is at fault, you just
> prove you suffered, and the court will find someone to compensate
> sure it's now possible to sue Microsoft for word crashing & wiping
> your college thesis you spent three years on.
Well, I wouldn't see why you'd want to /discourage/ that. :)
> Yes, the Irish legal system is that screwed.
Then legislators should do something, surely?
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