I did read your post, several times. I think you are the one who needs to read it again. You mention nothing in that post about admitting fault under any scenario. You mention nothing about responsibility. All you mention is that the taxpayers of PA are out something too referring to the amount of money it cost to fix the bridge.<quoted text>
Nope...your a PERFECT example of half of whats wrong in here. You DIDN'T read what I said. I said there is no value to put on a human life. It has NOTHING to do with money. It has everything to do with how she acts. Read her posts. Not once does she admit that her dad MAY have been at fault. When anyone questions how this happened, she jumps in to say that person is attacking her dad. They didn't attack her dad, they suggested possible causes for the accident. Someone mentions offical 911 transmissions and they immediately ASSUME it's a cop or emt leaking information. The scanner transmissions can be found online I'm sure. Radio transmissions are NOT secret. Anyone with a scanner or computer can listen to them. No one has to leak the info. If anyone is doing the attacking it's the family on people just looking for answers. In my example, if I did hit her house, I'd be right there saying I messed up. You'll never hear that come out of her mouth. You can just tell what kind of person she is just by reading her posts. It has a lot to do with taking responsibility. Or just being responsible. No one knows how this happened....yet. If we ever learn what happened, and it does come back as something he did wrong, do you think we'll ever see a post from her then? Doubt it. That's the point of my post. It's not at all about money. But to answer your comments. One a bridge costs a lot more than $200,000. There is auto insurance which will pay for most of the damage but not all. On the flip side, I think I've heard something about life insurance a time or two.
And yes you did admit that there is no cost to be placed on the loss of a parent, but you did make a comparison between the loss of the parent and the loss of the bridge. You came across as being more concerned about your tax money going to fix something you didn't break vs. saying none of the family is admitting any fault on the driver's behalf.