we still have something called the "risk of life". Basically, it means that if you get up in the morning you will face risks that could be detrimental to your health
or even your life, simply because living entails doing things which might go wrong. And the courts act accordingly: If you have an accident
on the Autobahn and you were going faster than 130 km/h, you automatically bear some of the responsibility regardless of who was at fault simply because you ought to know that driving fast is dangerous.
Rebel Heart went out there, and I enjoyed the posts of both of them, and he made the right decision in my mind to put his child's health above all other concerns. And yes, it cost him a boat
, but from following the story I got the impression that saving the boat was iffy at best.
And now they found an attorney who will sue the hell out of everybody involved for whatever reason he can conjure up. Or - let me guess - the attorney found them? And of whatever he can squeeze out of anyone, he will take most of it?
What a sad end to an adventure.