Nov 4, 2011

Best Case for TORT Reform I've Ever Heard

Suing the photography studio he hired to document his wedding in 2003 because he says they didn’t shoot the last 15 minutes of the reception, leaving out the last dance and the bouquet toss? Okay, maybe that's a breach of contract, even though I don't understand why they would have packed up if those things hadn't happened yet...

Hold on, there's more. As compensation for his mental anguish, Todd Remis wants H & H Photographers to cough up $48,000 so he can recreate the wedding, right down to the guests, for them to re-shoot.

One small hitch - Remis and his wife, Milena Grzibovska, are now divorced, and her exact whereabouts are currently unknown to him.

The lawsuit, which was filed two years ago just prior to the statute of limitation’s expiration date, has already cost H & H more in legal fees than the amount of money Remis wants for his wedding recreation.
“[This case is] an abuse of the legal system,” said studio owner Dan Fried.

Worst of all, one of the owners of H&H survived the Nazis and now has to deal with this unemployed used douche nossel - who's obviously using the court for a cash grab.

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