"she has, may, and probably will for an indefinite time in the future suffer great pain, inconvenience, embarrassment, and mental anguish ... and be deprived of ordinary pleasures of life, loss of well-being and equanimity and her overall health, strength and vitality has been greatly impaired"
If this was a legitimate lawsuit, why wait 23 months to file? Surely it would have been obvious immediately if this poor kid, already sentenced to a lifetime of having Steven Frischling as a father, was truly facing a lifetime of suffering from this accident? Nine stitches, while no doubt painful, does not sound like a massive scar.
You can read the information here. Oddly, however, in the documented dated 9/11/2014, the landlord responds to additional allegations that appear to revolve solely around an accident Fish had as he describes Frischling as being negligent in attempting to "traverse a wooden bridge with a loaded truck" while he "failed to make reasonable use of his own sense and faculties."
The case appears to be ongoing. The last activity was in June. Do you think the landlord would like to know about FishFraud?