Well Barry,you're a lawyer aren't you? Was there a warning sign anywhere telling them not to do that?
It had to be a SUV.
Never occurred to me you could actually drive through a wall....great now I'll have that fear along with the 'whole thing caving in on me' fear as I run to the elevator.
The companies that designed, engineered and built the building should be sued. The owner of the garage should be sued, assuming there was no sign on the wall or elsewhere in the garage indicating it was unsafe to drive through the wall. The City of Houston should be sued for not properly inspecting the garage and realizing this type of accident could possibly occur. The automaker should be sued (DUH!!!) for not anticipating and building in safeguards against such things. Other people parked in the garage should be sued for occupying spots in the garage that caused this person to have to go up so high. And finally, the owner of the adjacent building should be sued for not having some sort of vehicle net or other safety device on the roof to catch vehicles that bust through the wall. All we really know for sure is that the accident is NOT the fault of or due to the operator of the vehicle. In our society, that is simply not an option.
DEAD on Impact with the 12" concrete wall, they never realized that they were too stupid to drive a motor vehicle. IS momma at the bottom of the heap screaming, "no licensia, no licensia?" That might be a border problem that no attorney can touch.
5:17 - as a true blue liberal, I totally agree with your implication. Personal responsibility is not a political position, it is just basic logic.
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