The debate "If you knowingly engage in an activity which causes injury then you shouldn't sue when you get hurt" was started by
August 28, 2014, 11:34 pm.
51 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 7 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Michelle_M posted 1 argument, echofrommadiun posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
PsychDave posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Michelle_M, echofrommadiun, wmd, kireevr1996, mdavis1309, BabyT14, liamjosephcash, Superr1fifty, keepscrolling, LondonLeaders, HabibaKim, judge, Marvelgirl2002, skyfrancois_97, jj_jaim, ferida1237, theQueenofdebate, DerpedLocke, Neaa, AngryBlogger and 31 visitors agree.
PsychDave, godizzle, SalonY and 4 visitors disagree.
It depends on cause. Of it was an accident, like a sports injury, then no, you shouldn't sue. If it was neglect on someone's part, then you have every right to sue.
I worked in a factory that produced steel file cabinets. While I was there, I cut myself several times (sheet metal is sharp and can cut through work gloves) and never considered suing. If I had been badly injured because a machine had not been maintained, and could no longer work, I probably would have sued. In that case the injury could have been avoided if the company had done what they were legally required to and maintained the machines in a safe manner.
First step if you take a job is you have to know what kind of job that you are working. Don't take the risky job even if you are experienced in it. I don't agree with that, who wants to get hurt without any cure or insurance at all? No one wants. So, it's the main objective for the company to provide more safety equipment in work.
Football is a PHYSICAL sport - people get hurt. If a player can't handle it then they should not play. They get millions and then want to sue when the inevitable happens. It's ridiculous.