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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Sue, Grabbit and Run

As loyal readers know, the Nanny state has spawned an entire industry dedicated to helping people sue other people/organisations for what we once used to describe as "accidents".

Now, seemingly, nothing is an "accident" but is instead "someone else's fault" out of which we can make a tidy little sum.

Step forward PC Kelly Jones who injured her leg and wrist at the filling station in Thetford, Norfolk, on 25 August last year when she was on duty.

The BBC reports that a letter to the business from solicitor Pattinson Brewer states PC Jones went to the Nunns Bridges garage at 00:20 BST.

It said she went towards a gap in the fencing near a jet wash area in order to access the rear of the premises.

She did not know there was a section of high kerbing and tripped and fell.

PC Jones injured her left leg and right wrist and went to the West Suffolk Hospital. The claim alleges the petrol station was at fault for failing to ensure PC Jones was "reasonably safe", making no attempt to light the area or warn her about the step.

A force spokesman is quoted by the Liverpool Echo:
"This legal action is not supported by the Constabulary, our understanding being that the action is funded and supported by the Police Federation, a position over which the Constabulary has no control."
This will make people think twice about calling on the police for help.

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  1. Tonk.1:13 PM

    The leech's solicitor, as I understand it, told the garage owner he should have carried out a risk assessment before letting the WPC go there.....So next time I'm being mugged, I will complete Nanny's form before I dial 999.....You couldn't make it up!

    If the courts do find in favour of the bloody woman, it will change dramatically the nature of the relationship between the emergency services and the public......What happens when a fire officer is burnt or twists an ankle when called out........I am pleased her Chief Constable does not support her claim......Conditional fees were one of the worst thing Nanny allowed because far too many people have it in their head that it is free money......I wonder if I could sue some of these claims companies for forcing my insurance up?

  2. Have you seen the picture of her?
    Do you remember the fat, sweaty coppers off the Fast Show?

  3. Anonymous1:18 PM

    If PC Jones’ boss does not approve of her suing a crime victim in this way then he should either sack the fucking woman or insist that any compensation goes to a ‘victims of crime’ charity.

    He should then work with his colleagues to ensure that action like this can never be taken in the future.

    He won’t, because he, like her and all other police officers, is a total cunt.

  4. Lord of Atlantis4:39 PM

    I suppose it never occurred to her to take extra care, seeing it was the middle of the night, and therefore just the slightest possibility that it might be dark? Mind how you go!