Is the suing culture in the USA really this bad?
I watched a program the other day, a car program. They travelled to the USA, bought a car and had some competitions with them. At the end up it they finished up in Louisiana with the aim of selling the cars and the one who made the biggest profit won. Well at the time of recording it was only a year later from Katrina and they didn't realise things would be so bad still so they decided to give the cars away. They found a Christian charity and 2 families who needed the cars (the 3rd car was no good to even give away). Anyway, long story short they told the charity the wrong year of one of the cars, they said it was 1991 when it was 1989. A lawyer appeared and informed them of this and that unless they paid compensation for the wrong information they will be suing them. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
As it happened they didn't get sued because a gang appeared and told them that where they were was their street and they better get off it, so they left. But is this "charity" for real? Is it that bad?