1. The Missed Kiss
1. When the Kiss Wasn't Captured
When Australian couple Jarrad and Sheree Mitchell got married, they expected the perfect day. And by all accounts, it was. The only problem? According to TIME.com , their wedding photographer, George Ferris of Studio Edge & Multimedia, failed to capture their first kiss on camera. When they reviewed the pictures of that happy day, they were devastated. Not only had he missed the kiss, but he also hadn't got their ribbon cutting or certificate signing on film.
The newlyweds didn't pay Ferris in full for the photos, and then sued him for $6,700.
Ferris countersued the couple for $6,000 to cover court fees, the remaining amount that they owed him, and $63 he paid out-of-pocket for a meal on the wedding day. When all was said and done, Ferris was ordered to pay $750 for failing to meet the value of the photography package, a cost Errors & Omissions Insurance can cover. (E&O coverage can help pay for legal expenses when a photographer is sued over professional negligence, mistakes, or breaches of contract.)
The couple, on the other hand, was ordered to pay for the $63 meal expense. Sweet, sweet justice.