View Full Version : People Throw Themselves at Cars For Money More Often Than We Realized

04-05-2015, 05:22 PM
It's time to install those dash cameras in the car if you haven't. :lol:


So, apparently people jumping in front of cars and feigning injuries for money is a thing. But now, tough times have befallen these con artists, thanks to the fact that video cameras are literally everywhere.


Auto insurance scams are a lot more common than you might think. According to one source, fraud factors into as many as 1 out of every 3 auto insurance claims in New York City. Itís a disturbing pattern, but, given the ubiquity of cameras in modern cars and on our cell phones, one that may soon become passť. At least weíll have this six minute montage of auto insurance scammers looking completely ridiculous to remember this singular moment in human history.

IMHO, the best part of the video starts at 3:50, when a tiny woman with a cane, thwarted once by a vigilant driver, literally dive bombs the front of his car. Now thatís dedication to your craft.


04-05-2015, 11:58 PM

Watch Chappelle, Hitchens and Jon Stewart talk about various issues including differences in claims culture around the world-

There's too many lawyers and not enough farmers or producers in America, bloated civil service, too many courts and litigation, bureaucracy, lobbyists. The money trickles from the poor to the socialist classes like injury claims lawyers. No wonder people are throwing themselves at cars.

Has there been an epidemic of people running into cars? Its seems reminiscent of the day after tomorrow.