Tag: Daredevil

Superhero Plaintiffs — This looks like a job for…my attorney!

by on Sep.23, 2009, under Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Torts

“There’s been a mix up in the lab!” “The experiment can’t be stopped!” “Who’s that on the test field?!” “Are we missing a spider?” “Watch out for that kid!” So many superheroes start their crime fighting careers as accident prone individuals who fall victim to an industrial waste spill or a top-secret experiment gone awry. These accidents could lead to more than just superhuman abilities as toxic torts could mean big bucks for our heroes.
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The Superhero Calling vs. The Superhero Day Job

by on Aug.26, 2009, under Ethics, Torts

Crime takes place all around us. Those who step up to do something about it are considered heroes, but what about the rest of us? What duty does the average citizen (or the average superhero for that matter) have to protect those around them? And for those who choose to don the mantle of a crime fighter, what effect does dispensing their own brand of justice have on the rest of their lives?
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