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In America, ended the contest on the most wacky warning labels

December 13 2007

In the annual contest's most wacky warning labels, sponsored by the American Organization of Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch, won the grand prize, Kevin Soave of suburban Detroit. He received $ 500 for inscription on the tractor, which reads "Danger. Avoid Death. "

This contest was held for the eleventh time, and he intended to show the impact that ridiculous lawsuits have on the warning labels.

Competition organizer Bob Dorigo Jones says the silly labels reflect the state of the civil justice system in America. "Predatory lawyers know they can file ridiculous lawsuits against manufacturers and to seek compensation - even in cases where a user has ignored the elementary common sense," - he says.

The second prize of $ 250 went to the family of Turin Greensburg in Pennsylvania for the inscription, which they found on the iron - "Do not be ironed shirt when she is wearing."

Third prize of $ 100 received from Richard Gudnau Lancaster (Massachusetts) for the inscription on the bag and attached to the child's typing: "Do not put child in bag."

Consolation prizes were also Cindy Lamond for inscription on the knife to print the letter, which reads: "Caution: Safety glasses are recommended, and Ann Marie Young of the inscription on the disappearing marker:" Vanishing marker can not be used for signing checks or any other legal documents. "

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