There is a distinctively alarming trend of frivolous lawsuits that is still existent in the United States and in other democracies around the world. There isn’t much dignity found in frivolous lawsuits but sometimes the system just work out fine for the unworthy. Not long time ago a woman from Philadelphia named Judith Haimes decided to sue the Temple University Hospital on malpractice charges.
Mrs. Haimes used to run a successful business in Newark, Delaware mainly due to her self-described special psychic powers. She used to consult people on their issues and propose them effective solutions. Unfortunately once Mrs. Haimes was admitted to the Temple University Hospital the medical staff somehow “disabled” her miraculous abilities. Mrs. Haimes claimed to have been injected with a iodine tracer which is being used for CAT scans and developing an allergic reaction that caused her immensely painful headaches. She was awarded $600,000 compensation for her suffering.