Liticaphobia- the fear of lawsuits.
The man who calls himself the CEO of Infinity Investment Services may suffer from liticaphobia.
What else could explain a consistence record of not showing up in court when you or your company is being sued?
You may remember that Hill was due to appear in a California court room in 2003 - he never showed up.
HILL remained at-large (no pun intended) until Metro police placed on the cuffs in 2005.
California wanted him back. For whatever reason, Hill did not want to face his crimes in California. and he refused a voluntary extradition.
Gee, Damon, we have to ask you this question: What kept you wanting to stay at CCDC?
The beautiful accommodations?
A lot of time, paper work and a lot of tax payers money had to be spent to extradite Hill.
Here we are in 2008, and Damon Hill appears to be suffering again with liticaphobia.
Infinity Investment Services, Damon Hill's pride and joy, has lawsuits being throw at it as fast as they can be written...and when it comes time to appear in court? Damon Hill is a no show.
AUGUST 2, 2008 - INFINITY INVESTMENT SERVICES loses in court. Default judgement totalling $39,904.03. Infinity never showed up. Now come on, where's Damon?
SEPTEMBER 4, 2008 - Once again - NO SHOW in Judge Cadish court room. Hyundai Motor Finance is suing Infinity Investment Services.
SEPTEMBER 15, 2008 - Why stop? No show in Judge Denton's courtroom. American Honda Finance is suing Infinity Investment Services.
Hill has yet to appear in court for the case involving Kia Motors.
On October 2, 2008 - Infinity Investment Services is scheduled to appear in Judge Williams courtroom at 9am. Infinity is being sued by JP Morgan Chase Bank.
Deep breaths, Damon. Keep telling yourself, "it's just a courtroom, it's just a courtroom."
Don't look over at the uniformed officer with the hand cuffs. Focus. You can do it.