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Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 Under: Orders-010/09 PT2
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Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone help you after the fall?

Divine: A few passengers helped me up and an airways attendant administered first aid.

DTA: Well we almost had to do CPR for the rest of the passengers, you got no reason to complain?

Pieces: Why was that?

DTA: Think of all the embarassment as this was a luxury flight. Half the passengers got served the surf and turf proir to Divine's clumsy butt and after the melee we had to whip up some sandwiches, you know cold cuts and stuff. Folks was not happy. We then had to refund a portion of the money cause passengers didn't get what they paid for and were very upset.

Divine: I was under contract to entertain the passengers. I did what I was paid to do and now I'm seeking compensation for my injuries-so be it.

DTA: Well you did up some entertainin, but instead of them high heels and a dress they should have given you a clown suit and sat your bigfoot hiney down for a snacky meal or sumthin-cause your air show be costin DTA for real!

Pieces: I've heard enough and will return with a decision.

FACTS

Divine Clark was under an entertainment contract with DTA Airways. Her contract stipulated that she wear clothing fashioned by DTA for promotion during the flight. In her contract she was allowed to keep some of the items worn. Ms Clark was not insured by DTA and states that doctors visits, x-rays  ran a total of $1,500. The dress she wore was also ruined- for which she is seeking compensation. The issue here is negligence and who will pay the burden.

Pieces: Ms. Clark you were seen having several alcoholic beverages during the flight.

DTA: The girl was chug a lug!

Pieces: Quiet!

Divine: I was allowed to mingle and celebrate along with the passengers, as permissable under my contract.

Pieces: You then stumbled resuting from the alcohol hindering your balance or gait. When doing so you you fell into the path of the food cart causing the commotion.

Divine: It was an unfortunate accident.

Pieces: Although not insured you were seen by a physician at DTA Airways and you were not seriously injured and could still continue your line of work. The doctors visits didn't cost you because you were examined on courtesy. You were also still allowed to keep several garments as you were under contract- and the only real income lost was that of the ruined dress for which you are to blame for it's ruin.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Divine Clark receive nothing on her claim against DTA Airways and DTA Airways is absolved from all charges in this case against them.

Dated: July 28, 2009                    A. Sadiq                          
                                                  On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-010/09 PT2 



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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 Under: Orders-010/09 PT2
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone help you after the fall?

Divine: A few passengers helped me up and an airways attendant administered first aid.

DTA: Well we almost had to do CPR for the rest of the passengers, you got no reason to complain?

Pieces: Why was that?

DTA: Think of all the embarassment as this was a luxury flight. Half the passengers got served the surf and turf proir to Divine's clumsy butt and after the melee we had to whip up some sandwiches, you know cold cuts and stuff. Folks was not happy. We then had to refund a portion of the money cause passengers didn't get what they paid for and were very upset.

Divine: I was under contract to entertain the passengers. I did what I was paid to do and now I'm seeking compensation for my injuries-so be it.

DTA: Well you did up some entertainin, but instead of them high heels and a dress they should have given you a clown suit and sat your bigfoot hiney down for a snacky meal or sumthin-cause your air show be costin DTA for real!

Pieces: I've heard enough and will return with a decision.

FACTS

Divine Clark was under an entertainment contract with DTA Airways. Her contract stipulated that she wear clothing fashioned by DTA for promotion during the flight. In her contract she was allowed to keep some of the items worn. Ms Clark was not insured by DTA and states that doctors visits, x-rays  ran a total of $1,500. The dress she wore was also ruined- for which she is seeking compensation. The issue here is negligence and who will pay the burden.

Pieces: Ms. Clark you were seen having several alcoholic beverages during the flight.

DTA: The girl was chug a lug!

Pieces: Quiet!

Divine: I was allowed to mingle and celebrate along with the passengers, as permissable under my contract.

Pieces: You then stumbled resuting from the alcohol hindering your balance or gait. When doing so you you fell into the path of the food cart causing the commotion.

Divine: It was an unfortunate accident.

Pieces: Although not insured you were seen by a physician at DTA Airways and you were not seriously injured and could still continue your line of work. The doctors visits didn't cost you because you were examined on courtesy. You were also still allowed to keep several garments as you were under contract- and the only real income lost was that of the ruined dress for which you are to blame for it's ruin.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Divine Clark receive nothing on her claim against DTA Airways and DTA Airways is absolved from all charges in this case against them.

Dated: July 28, 2009                    A. Sadiq                          
                                                  On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-010/09 PT2 



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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 Under: Orders-010/09 PT2
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone help you after the fall?

Divine: A few passengers helped me up and an airways attendant administered first aid.

DTA: Well we almost had to do CPR for the rest of the passengers, you got no reason to complain?

Pieces: Why was that?

DTA: Think of all the embarassment as this was a luxury flight. Half the passengers got served the surf and turf proir to Divine's clumsy butt and after the melee we had to whip up some sandwiches, you know cold cuts and stuff. Folks was not happy. We then had to refund a portion of the money cause passengers didn't get what they paid for and were very upset.

Divine: I was under contract to entertain the passengers. I did what I was paid to do and now I'm seeking compensation for my injuries-so be it.

DTA: Well you did up some entertainin, but instead of them high heels and a dress they should have given you a clown suit and sat your bigfoot hiney down for a snacky meal or sumthin-cause your air show be costin DTA for real!

Pieces: I've heard enough and will return with a decision.

FACTS

Divine Clark was under an entertainment contract with DTA Airways. Her contract stipulated that she wear clothing fashioned by DTA for promotion during the flight. In her contract she was allowed to keep some of the items worn. Ms Clark was not insured by DTA and states that doctors visits, x-rays  ran a total of $1,500. The dress she wore was also ruined- for which she is seeking compensation. The issue here is negligence and who will pay the burden.

Pieces: Ms. Clark you were seen having several alcoholic beverages during the flight.

DTA: The girl was chug a lug!

Pieces: Quiet!

Divine: I was allowed to mingle and celebrate along with the passengers, as permissable under my contract.

Pieces: You then stumbled resuting from the alcohol hindering your balance or gait. When doing so you you fell into the path of the food cart causing the commotion.

Divine: It was an unfortunate accident.

Pieces: Although not insured you were seen by a physician at DTA Airways and you were not seriously injured and could still continue your line of work. The doctors visits didn't cost you because you were examined on courtesy. You were also still allowed to keep several garments as you were under contract- and the only real income lost was that of the ruined dress for which you are to blame for it's ruin.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Divine Clark receive nothing on her claim against DTA Airways and DTA Airways is absolved from all charges in this case against them.

Dated: July 28, 2009                    A. Sadiq                          
                                                  On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-010/09 PT2 



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Pieces 010/09 PT2

Posted by Sheri Harris on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 Under: Orders-010/09 PT2
continued

Pieces: What actually caused you to fall?

DTA: Ohhhh! Let me answer.

Pieces: Go ahead.

DTA: Divine was a walkin wit her tipsy butt down the aisle not lookin where she was walking and Bangle who was pushin the food cart wit all the food on the tray was movin past and this Divine here fell onto the cart. And completely cleared it out wit her tall self. Everything fell to the floor, the meals were ruined, and well Divine looked a mess and ruined her dress in the process.

Pieces: Did anyone help you after the fall?

Divine: A few passengers helped me up and an airways attendant administered first aid.

DTA: Well we almost had to do CPR for the rest of the passengers, you got no reason to complain?

Pieces: Why was that?

DTA: Think of all the embarassment as this was a luxury flight. Half the passengers got served the surf and turf proir to Divine's clumsy butt and after the melee we had to whip up some sandwiches, you know cold cuts and stuff. Folks was not happy. We then had to refund a portion of the money cause passengers didn't get what they paid for and were very upset.

Divine: I was under contract to entertain the passengers. I did what I was paid to do and now I'm seeking compensation for my injuries-so be it.

DTA: Well you did up some entertainin, but instead of them high heels and a dress they should have given you a clown suit and sat your bigfoot hiney down for a snacky meal or sumthin-cause your air show be costin DTA for real!

Pieces: I've heard enough and will return with a decision.

FACTS

Divine Clark was under an entertainment contract with DTA Airways. Her contract stipulated that she wear clothing fashioned by DTA for promotion during the flight. In her contract she was allowed to keep some of the items worn. Ms Clark was not insured by DTA and states that doctors visits, x-rays  ran a total of $1,500. The dress she wore was also ruined- for which she is seeking compensation. The issue here is negligence and who will pay the burden.

Pieces: Ms. Clark you were seen having several alcoholic beverages during the flight.

DTA: The girl was chug a lug!

Pieces: Quiet!

Divine: I was allowed to mingle and celebrate along with the passengers, as permissable under my contract.

Pieces: You then stumbled resuting from the alcohol hindering your balance or gait. When doing so you you fell into the path of the food cart causing the commotion.

Divine: It was an unfortunate accident.

Pieces: Although not insured you were seen by a physician at DTA Airways and you were not seriously injured and could still continue your line of work. The doctors visits didn't cost you because you were examined on courtesy. You were also still allowed to keep several garments as you were under contract- and the only real income lost was that of the ruined dress for which you are to blame for it's ruin.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Divine Clark receive nothing on her claim against DTA Airways and DTA Airways is absolved from all charges in this case against them.

Dated: July 28, 2009                    A. Sadiq                          
                                                  On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-010/09 PT2 



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