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What Ever Happened to "Accidents"?

Written By: Bill Finnigan  |  Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

            Why are some people so quick to place blame on others for events that could not have been prevented? Don't we all have "accidents," or find ourselves in situations beyond our control? Why are we bent on making someone pay for every "mistake" that affects us?

            A Warren woman recently sued Radio Shack on Parkman Road N.W., claiming that she was assaulted and threatened at gun point during a recent robbery. She is seeking $25,000 in damages, citing that the defendants (company) were reckless and negligent in failing to provide adequate security from "criminal intrusion." Not in any way to minimize her trauma, but what about the employees, and the store's loss?

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