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We wanted to barbecue and in order to light the fire quicker I poured gasoline on the wood. My neighbor dipped in a piece of paper and lighted the fire. It gave a huge flame and he got burned on his arm, face and ear. Now he wants to hold me responsible for his mistake. He is over 30 years old. He should know once you pour gasoline on wood it will give a big flame, where you have to step otherwise you will get burned. I ended up taking him to the hospital, watched his kids while he was in the hospital and a special burn unit clinic and now he sues me for his mistake. He is a felon, had several charges against him for procession of guns, DUI etc. and now he pulls something like that on me. I really need your help, I surely didn't want him to get injured but to sue me I just think is wrong.
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