Reminds me of a case in Chicago involving Wal*Mart Auto service. The story was in the Chicago Tribune(a lot of years ago) from one of their national writers. A customer took their car in for tires I think, after the service the Wal*Mart employee parked the car then came back and drove it off. During his joy ride he wrecked the car and seriously injured others. Wal*Mart immediately sued the car owner. This writer took on not Wal*Mart but the entire billionaire Walton family to task for shedding responsibility in a clear case to increase their wealth over taking responsibility for their own employees. Now look, this was an insurance move but he was trying to attention to the sheer stupidity of what was happening. I think but not sure the Wal*Mart case was thrown out. Anyone from that area remember the case?