Saturday, July 30, 2016

Tony Stewart's insurance not on hook in Kevin Ward Jr. lawsuit

        Lawsuits are often filed in the hopes of a quick insurance settlement, but insurers are stingy and when they don't jump in, either the incentive goes away or it's off and running for the assets of the defendant. In the case of a NASCAR star, there likely is money but for most of us, not so.

         This incident involved tragedy but also what appeared to be a very reckless act, and just because something bad happens doesn't mean someone gets rich.

Tony Stewart's insurance not on hook in Kevin Ward Jr. lawsuit

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The lawyers are the biggest contributor to the Democrat party. Has been for years. And we wonder why we are swamped with Joe Nose types.

Anonymous said...

A reckless act..whose? How many times have you stood near traffic,feet away,yet were safe?But when someone gooses their accelerator,in an apparent fit of rage,on a wet surface,"accidents" can happen.I agree the kid was stupid to get out and confront the racer he was having a problem with,but did he need to die for it?I think no,and perhaps a jury may feel the same way.

Anonymous said...

10:02 only a higher power than you gets to determine who will die for being stupid. Standing next to traffic is dumb enough, but to reach out and try to hit the car was over-the-top stupid.

Anonymous said...

I disagree with your assessment 8:44,to me it looked like he was trying to fend off the skidding rear end of the car.Suggest you watch it again,in slow motion,and without your bias of loving this nascar athlete that could care what you,I,or anyone else thinks.Be honest with yourself and you will see the truth.