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  • $5 million sought for Ferrari crash death

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    Last edited by avalon42; 03-13-2015, 07:32 PM.

  • #2
    of course the 18 year old isnt responsible...its ALWAYS someone elses fault...no responsibility whatsoever!
    If I was 18 and had a Ferrari, I would have died soon thereafter too....
    Im sure the left coast will pay, though..
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    • #3
      If you jump a median in a F430 on a public highway, you are simply a talentless and selfish maniac. His parents are significantly more at fault for providing access to the car than the local government is for not preemptively putting up a magical safety net.

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      • #4
        what a waste of a car

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        • #5
          The tow truck driver should sue the family for "Knowingly endangering the public" for letting the 18 yr old drive a Ferrari
          Originally Posted by VegasMetro
          maybe it’s me but I think a six pack and midget porn makes for good times?????

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          • #6
            Don't like saying it, but the suit is really pretty standard fare in this day and age. I'm not privy to any decision the City of New Port Beach may or may not make, but settlements in cases of this type are pretty standard. The city will essentially offer a cash amount. This offer basically is for the Plaintiff to simply "Go away". If the amount is deemed sufficient, a check is cut, the city admits no guilt, the Attorney, who probably took the case on "contingency" gets paid(usually about 1/3 of the settlement), and life goes on. OTH, and I've seen this happen too, the Plaintiff, often against the advice of the Attorney, refuses the offered amount, the case goes to trial, and the suit is tossed, or a jury rules in favor of the City. The flip side of that is a trial where the jury finds in favor of the Plaintiff for a larger dollar amount than was offered to settle.

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            • #7
              Why is everyone blaming the parents for letting the kid drive the car? He could have rented it or his cousin could have rented it. There is a place across the bay from me for 300bucks a day you can rent a exotic car. This place requires you to be 23 to do but thats not set in a law or anything this place could have a lower age limit.

              My friends parents rented him a high end BMW for prom.
              Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Dingbat View Post
                Why is everyone blaming the parents for letting the kid drive the car? He could have rented it or his cousin could have rented it. There is a place across the bay from me for 300bucks a day you can rent a exotic car. This place requires you to be 23 to do but thats not set in a law or anything this place could have a lower age limit.

                My friends parents rented him a high end BMW for prom.
                F430s are well over $1000 per day to rent. It's a $220,000 car that sells for at least 15% over sticker and generally requires at least 12 months on a waiting list to acquire. You can go buy a M6 for sticker price tonight.

                Here is what he did to the car...

                Last edited by Carbonfiberfoot; 05-14-2010, 10:15 PM.

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                • #9
                  I dunno the price to rent a f430 i just said you can rent a exotic car for 300 bucks a day i havnt priced them i just seen the advertisement for the car rental place. I never personally looked in to it.



                  With that being said Do you have a picture of the dumptruck? HEHE
                  Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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                  • #10


                    It's still fine.

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                    • #11
                      After the bridge collapse in Minneapolis our main bridge over the railroad tracks and little flood control river was rebuilt and re-surfaced, they took out the concrete divider and put in about an 8" high concrete median curb like thing and rather than leave the edges square like a curb they smoothed them like a skate board ramp, I am just waiting for Dukes of Hazard type T-bone crash between opposing lanes of traffic.

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                      • #12
                        ROFL!!! God help me if i ever saw one of those behind me. Id need a change of shorts. They showed how they made them in modern marvels. It gets like 1mpg in gas.
                        Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

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                        • #13
                          I have a 16-year old son. I used to be a 16-year old boy with a car. I managed to get a 1979 Subaru wagon up to 110mph down a long hill. I also got it airborne on more then one occasion...I know what teenage boys do to cars.

                          There is simply no way in hell I would ever put my kid, 16 or 18, behind the wheel of a car that in most cases should only be driven by a professional or someone who's been trained to drive it. There's a reason Ferrari has a driver school for new owners.
                          "All that is, ever
                          Ever was, will be, ever
                          Twisting, turning, through the never."--Metallica

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                          • #14
                            Teenagers do stupid crap. It's pretty much unavoidable. I was more mature than most guys my age when I was going through high school, but I still did lots of stupid crap in my truck (top speed runs, jumping hills, donuts in empty fields, taking a 2wd mudding, etc). I thank the Lord that I didn't have a sports car or anything with more than 200 hp because I would have ended up killing myself in it. Putting a supercar in the hands of 99% of teenagers our there is just asking for trouble.

                            Yes, someone died and that sucks. But the driver of the car needs to be a man and own up to his mistakes. His buddy didn't die because the road didn't have a separating median. He died because the driver was being stupid, driving way too fast and didn't have the necessary skills to handle a car with that much power.

                            People need to take responsibility for their actions and deal with it. These lawsuits are yet another reason that our country is going down the tubes.

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                            • #15
                              Want to sue the City (aka the tax payers), correct.

                              Charge the driver with some form of murder for killing his passenger. Charge the parents with something as well. Toss the book at them for everything.

                              Want to waste tax payers money by suing them for you and your son being an idiot then here is your orange jump suit and powder eggs. I don't blame the kid since I probably would be dead to if I had such a car at that age. But it damn sure isn't the fault of the city/tax payers to the tune of 5million.
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