Accident Claim Helpline press for damages against employer for crash test dummy
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Somebody write this up as a story - it's a funny idea
Thanks Ed but Im strapped for time - theres some good wordsmiths out there ...
"Being selected for a job at such a prestigious company as NCAP gave me a real buzz" said Neil the claimant "at first when they produced the yellow and black stickers as part of the uniform, I joked and said "hope you aren’t putting me into a radiation chamber", they smiled knowingly.
One of the major perks of the job is a brand new company car, I just didn’t realise it would be a new car every day! On our very first company trip, four of us from the latest graduate intake were in the car when it went straight into a brick wall. The driver seemed to be unconscious, his skin was quite plastic to the touch, the rest of us escaping with whip lash and a few knocks
Second day, my turn to drive. Disappointingly I was given a Skoda Yeti, yesterday we had a top of the range VW Golf. The four of us set off, and blow me, straight into the same wall. I got out of the car and fell over as my ankle was broken. But I did find my black and yellow disc that I had lost the previous day, so some good came of it.
Well, after a Mazda, Fiat 500, Honda Civic and another VW all went into the same wall, I contacted the Accident Claims Helpline. There had to be some blame attached to this.
They said we seem to have a prima facie case. NCAP must be guilty of leaving that wall in such a position as to cause our cars to crash.
Im doing this for me and for those I travelled with, some of whom are now on the scrapheap"
Are all crash test dummies male - I've never seen one with breasts...(only the ones they use in Sunderland, but they're blokes anyway)
Was he using a mobile at the time of the accident?
Most of the cars I have hit down the years have had women drivers - now that can't just be coincidence.
Popemobile driver distracted by St.Mary's Bluecoat netball squad.
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