Sunday, April 08, 2007

Who do you sue?

I've heard it time and time again that when you need a personal injury lawyer (after a slip and fall, for instance), you sue everyone under the sun. So here's where the legal question comes in: You are an employee of a ginormous international conglomeration. You are upper level management. You are in one of your employers many facilities. This one happens to be a local facility. You slip and fall. You break your hip. Who do you sue?

Well, I personally think that in this situation the client should sue the Company, the Head of the Company, the Chief Executive Officer, and for good measure the Company's chief competitor for contributory negligence.

This is the client and the case.

I think that Cardinal George could hire a damn good lawyer who could make a heck of case against God, the Catholic Church, the Pope, and Satan. What do you think?