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    You want money?

    Speak to a solicitor.
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    Why do you want money? It hasn't ruined any of your things and you didn't need any expensive medical treatment, you didn't even take time off work or uni. This electric shock was painful but not life threatening and didn't impact your life at all.

    This is the fault of those stupid claims direct adverts. We are not America! Stop suing people!
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    (Original post by Kittykatkat)
    Why do you want money? It hasn't ruined any of your things and you didn't need any expensive medical treatment, you didn't even take time off work or uni. This electric shock was painful but not life threatening and didn't impact your life at all.

    This is the fault of those stupid claims direct adverts. We are not America! Stop suing people!
    QFT

    Why bother? You'll just look like a c-word.

    Accidents happen, m'dear, if you go around suing everyone then you're a fool.
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    (Original post by Kittykatkat)
    Why do you want money? It hasn't ruined any of your things and you didn't need any expensive medical treatment, you didn't even take time off work or uni. This electric shock was painful but not life threatening and didn't impact your life at all.

    This is the fault of those stupid claims direct adverts. We are not America! Stop suing people!
    This. Well said.
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    Couldn't agree more. The "I'll sue, I'll sue" is pathetic. It was an accident, very unpleasant indeed, but an accident - get over it.
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    Have you taken it through the university officially? At the very least you should make them aware of the problem and the risks because although you were relatively unscathed a future individual with a similar incident may not be so lucky.
 
 
 
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