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Family of slain girl would waive damages to learn more about what happened

Lawsuits are not money a lot of the time; they are about emotions, finding out why.

This is outside the area of Outdoor Recreation; however it has value to all of us. The family of a girl killed by a gunman in school has offered to waive damages if they can learn more about what happened.

It is a scary, chilling terrible story, but what is important is why this offer. They just want to know why and to try and make sure it does not happen again.

See Father of Claire Davis to district: Provide information, avoid lawsuit

More articles about this issue:

It’s Not Money                                                    http://rec-law.us/zxmmqy

Why do people sue? Not for the money.                 http://rec-law.us/A0866T

Serious Disconnect: Why people sue.                      http://rec-law.us/wm2cBn

Her life is permanently changed, but she really wants an apology       http://rec-law.us/yHjVn0

Money is important in some lawsuits, but the emotions that starts a lawsuit. http://rec-law.us/xbSs4M

A Church wants to apologize and the insurance company for the church panics. What else would you expect a church to do?                          http://rec-law.us/zI0FUI

Great article on why some corporate apologies fall short and they are not sincere                                                        http://rec-law.us/xb1uVb

Keep customers and turn possible plaintiffs into PR teams for you       http://rec-law.us/12maA6Q

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