When Josh (my husband) and I were first dating, I remember telling him the story, and being so nervous that he would say he wouldnt want to be with me.After telling him the story, he told me how much he loved me and wanted to go on this journey together.My husband and I are looking for a surrogate to carry our child for us.Unfortunately, I cannot carry, as a I was born without a uterus.In addition, she was ineligible for workers’ compensation through Ashley Madison and negotiations with the company failed, says Dollak.Rather than just suing for damages for the injury she sustained, Dollak says Silva is invoking waiver of tort, which he says is an “ancient remedy that isn’t entirely understood and the jurisprudence is very unsettled about it.”“What [waiver of tort] essentially involves is measuring the damages payable to a plaintiff not by the injury that they sustained, but rather by the profit made by the tortfeasor, or other breaching party — because it’s not even clear whether there has to be a tort — as a result of the injury,” he tells .
Since Silva was fluent in Portuguese, she translated some of the intellectual property for the web site and was eventually asked to create what her lawyer Paul Dollak calls “profiles of women who don’t actually exist in the real world, with descriptions of them, the things they like, the kind of guys they’re looking for, even photos of them.”This required “an enormous amount of keyboarding” to be completed in about three weeks, according to Silva’s statement of claim.
“We’re on the doorstep of [confirming] who we believe is the culprit, and unfortunately that may have triggered this mass publication,” Biderman told Krebs.
“I’ve got their profile right in front of me, all their work credentials.
Shortly after finishing the profiles, Silva claims she experienced pain in her wrists and after complaining to her supervisors she was told to continue working.
According to her statement of claim, Silva has been unable to work since July 2011 as a result of the injury to her wrists.