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Get drunk make millions

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009   7:34 pm | Author: Tony | Life, Money |
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Here is a way to make money in these tough times. First go to your favorite bar in New York City. Go early and start drinking. Keep drinking so that you are considered legally drunk. Then go to the nearest subway station and wait until you see or hear that a train is approaching. Then fall or jump onto the tracks. If the train does not kill you spend some time recovering from the injuries you suffered in the fall and call the best lawyer you can find. Sue the MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) for as much as possible. If all the cards fall in place you will be awarded millions and can move to a Caribbean island.


Sound good?


The MTA settled at least two cases since the begin of the year for millions. In the first case Dustin Dibble who was drunk when he fell onto the tracks and was run over by the N train was awarded $2.3 million. Soon after Army vet James Sanders was awarded $7 million for falling onto the tracks while drunk and being run over by the number 2 train.


The number of claims for injuries in the subways has been climbing, with a 20% increase this March. Last year the MTA paid $57.6 million for 1187 injury claims.


And who winds up paying for all this? most likely all MTA customers through higher transit fees.

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