The Weirdest Lawsuits You Have Ever Heard of.
Even though filing lawsuits is becoming very common now, only 10% of these cases will move to trial. Many of the claims are either rejected or settled out of court. From time to time, however, some absurd ones will make their way to court. Even though there have been crazy cases in court, there are some which are on the extreme. People who cannot read will sue for that same reason while others will start a lawsuit because they cannot compute a simple math issue and then there are those who will move to court because they have let their own life get out control. You cant help but think about how patient the attorneys who participated in such cases were. There is a case of a woman who went to court for being too scared. The woman went to the studio looking for spooky fun. If you follow the events at Universal Studios then the Halloween Horror Nights that happens every year is not a new thing to you. It is all about epic proportions of horror at a glorified haunted house. When you attend the party, there are creeps, gore and even murderers who will be there to scare you. The woman and her granddaughter attended the party and for some reason what was on the ad wasnt internalized. The woman did not like an experience with an actor who was wearing a Leatherface and this made her go to court over the same. The experience left her to deal with nightmares which she demanded a compensation of fifteen thousand dollars. The judge was not having it and the case was tossed out with a demand for her to purchase a nightlight.
If you are wondering how bad it can get then you should hear about the senator in Nebraska who decided God had to answer for natural disasters. He said it was because of proximate and direct causes of God that earthquakes, fearsome floods, tornado, plagues, and floods. The senator wanted the court to rule for desist and cease against God. It was time for both parties to get free from each other. This is a man who did all that while sane and not under any substance influence. The senator was reacting to the passing of laws that barred frivolous lawsuits being presented to the court.
If you were old enough to understand what was going on in your surroundings in the 90s then you know about the term jack a**. Apparently, those were the full names of a certain man. He sued Viacom so the effect the name had brought to his life. The Jack a** could only be satisfied with ,000,000. Apparently, the case had a basis on his decision to change his name to make people more aware of alcoholism. The name of this Jack A** was left out in the slogan which makes the whole case baseless.