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  • Also I want to say, which I mentioned earlier, is...

    Also I want to say, which I mentioned earlier, is that it does suck that it was RPN that got hit with this. There are so many deserving candidates that deserve to be sued into oblivion, I hate that...
  • Then I agree with you, the guy was indeed stupid,...

    Then I agree with you, the guy was indeed stupid, but the law is designed to protect stupid from itself. You and I are functioning at a much higher intellectual capacity than most of the American...
  • Juries hate steroids. How can people miss this...

    Juries hate steroids. How can people miss this issue. Does no one understand the fact that RPN was selling steroids as a health supplement, is absolutely going to destroy them in front of any...
  • You don't need proof beyond a reasonable doubt in...

    You don't need proof beyond a reasonable doubt in a civil case. you just need to prove your case beyond a preponderance of the evidence. A much lower standard of proof for the Plaintiff.

    Man, I...
  • I still never learned hwo to multiquote but as...

    I still never learned hwo to multiquote but as far as your alcohol example.

    there is also a doctrine about "inherently dangerous objects" or when a risk is generally well known there is no...
  • that is what everyone is missing. Look, I like...

    that is what everyone is missing. Look, I like that these substances are available, I hate to think that they are going to be pulled off the market. I think they should be available to people who...
  • So everything you eat, you research. Every...

    So everything you eat, you research. Every ingredient on a food panel, you research before you eat it? I doubt this.

    This has nothing to do with "Sheep" behavior either. The legal standard...
  • Sure, they would ask about all substances he was...

    Sure, they would ask about all substances he was taking during the deposition process. If he was taking another product that is known to cause liver damage, he would be quesitoned for how long, and...
  • common sense also tells you that if you purchase...

    common sense also tells you that if you purchase a product OTC it is generally supposed to be a safe product. If the product is not safe it is supposed to warn you of the harm. I would be in total...
  • you are correct. Under certain circumstances...

    you are correct. Under certain circumstances hearsay evidence is allowed into court, but this statement does not fit under one of the many exceptions to the general rule that prohibits hearsay...
  • Again, I am sure the firm already went over all...

    Again, I am sure the firm already went over all of this with him prior to filing suit. This friend probably doesn't have accurate or complete information. I too would prefer to go after MT in a suit...
  • We have no idea if his friend actually knows...

    We have no idea if his friend actually knows anything or not. I agree though, all the supplements he was taking would be of the utmost importance. But a friend saying somethign on a website, is not...
  • Simple, he had no idea it was a methylated...

    Simple, he had no idea it was a methylated designer steroid. He also has no obligation to "research the product". I see these designer steroids being pushed at my local gym all the time at the...
  • It is hard to get swole without a liver. Maybe...

    It is hard to get swole without a liver. Maybe he was jacked, but lost the weight since the liver failure. I honestly do not think this is very funny. The guy is pretty much screwed, and you can...
  • I do not do much Civil work, but Doris does, and...

    I do not do much Civil work, but Doris does, and from the day a client walks in, it is usually at least 6 months until they actually file a suit. The only excuse for filing a suit early, is if a...
  • Yeah right. :rolleyes: I remember when...

    Yeah right. :rolleyes:

    I remember when Anthony Roberts got sued by IBE, he called me and called Collins. Collins told him he would need $5000 as a retainer, and started going into all kinds of...
  • LAST TIME PEOPLE THE WARNING LABEL DOES NOT...

    LAST TIME PEOPLE

    THE WARNING LABEL DOES NOT MATTER.
    STOP POINTING OUT THE WARNING LABEL
    I HAVE ALREADY DISCUSSED (1) HOW GROSSLY INSUFFICIENT THE LABEL IS;
    ...
  • Easy, testimonial evidence is more than enough...

    Easy, testimonial evidence is more than enough for proof of purchase. I assure you that they meticulously examined his medical records prior to filing a suit. Most firms that I know usually ever...
  • I doubt it. Most lawyers would tell them it...

    I doubt it. Most lawyers would tell them it would be better not to sell the products at all, and if someone is hurt, the warning label is probably not going to offer any protection, because this...
  • STEROID. Sorry, no dice. Americans hate...

    STEROID. Sorry, no dice. Americans hate steroids. Also, the warning labels on those products are pretty detailed about the potential for harm. Little known fact. Most of those deaths are...
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