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Accident at work? You could win $12.5m in damages like Reggie Bush
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From The42
# Bushwhacked

Accident at work? You could win $12.5m in damages like Reggie Bush

Jun 13th 2018, 9:11 AM 8,395 Views 1 Comment

A court in St. Louis ruled he was entitled to the money over a slip in 2015.

'After the Olympics it felt like I was dropped & there was no way forward, no plan'
# Slippery Slope
From The42
# Slippery Slope

'After the Olympics it felt like I was dropped & there was no way forward, no plan'

Feb 22nd 2015, 8:00 AM 10,345 Views 1 Comment

Olympic skier Conor Lyne on lack of funding, lack of sponsorship & the relentless struggle of keeping it all together.

Man who sued MCD after breaking his ankle in Oxegen mud loses case
# Slippery Slope
# Slippery Slope

Man who sued MCD after breaking his ankle in Oxegen mud loses case

Oct 16th 2014, 3:55 PM 32,829 Views 61 Comments

The judge ruled that his injury was not the fault of the promoters.

This fireman is having the worst day EVER
# Slippery Slope
From The Daily Edge
# Slippery Slope

This fireman is having the worst day EVER

Apr 24th 2014, 6:36 PM 2,918 Views 0 Comments

We’ve all been there. Just not this visibly and awkwardly.

Rory McIlroy set to drop out of world's top five
# Slippery Slope
From The42
# Slippery Slope

Rory McIlroy set to drop out of world's top five

Sep 21st 2013, 4:23 PM 2,409 Views 7 Comments

The Northern Irishman is missing out on lucrative prize money and ranking points this weekend.

Column: Let's stop using the 'floodgates' argument when debating social change
# Opinion
# Opinion

Column: Let's stop using the 'floodgates' argument when debating social change

May 27th 2013, 7:00 AM 574 Views 73 Comments

Divorce, contraception and abortion – all debates that have been been subject to the ‘slippery slope’ argument. But that’s precisely what clear legislation rules out, writes Nathan Wheeler.