CINCINNATI: Ohio prosecutor drops charge against Pa. groundhog

Remember how yesterday I mentioned two years of faulty Groundhog Day forecasts from the famous groundhog in Pennsylvania?  It turns out I’m not the only one who felt cheated.  Last week an Ohio prosecutor filed a lawsuit against Punxsutawney Phil for making bad predictions.  The good news is that the charge was dropped today, after the person in charge of the Groundhog Day ceremonies admitted that he was to blame, not the groundhog.

CINCINNATI: Ohio prosecutor drops charge against Pa. groundhog | Nation | Kentucky.com.

Let this be more evidence that we live in the most litigious society of all time; even an animal isn’t safe from getting sued!  At the LegalShield business briefing I attended yesterday, the speaker told us that 98 percent of all lawsuits happen here, in the “Sue-S-A.”  And it is likely to continue as long as people believe that their best chance at getting rich comes from winning the lottery, or winning a lawsuit.  If a frivolous lawsuit can hit a rodent, it can happen to you!  Protect yourself with a pre-paid legal defense; it costs a lot less than you might think.  Click here to find out more about the service and a great business opportunity.  I hope to see you there!

Published in: on March 26, 2013 at 4:39 pm  Leave a Comment  

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