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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Ridiculous Lawsuits

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Twenty-four inanities:

What would Mark Twain have said about these ridiculous lawsuits? Read some of Twain's words about the law HERE.

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    1. Joe,
      And that never-ending story is one reason that I've limited my time following "the news."

  2. too many lawyers--and- hardly any for us in the US--

    sorry about your fall--(post below)


  3. Then there are stories of guys falling to the floor and hurting themselves while burglarizing a home...and winning!

  4. This is one of the reasons that many of us have such a low opinion of lawyers. On the other hand, ridiculous settlements just to get rid of these cases for a few bucks only encourages these lawsuits. People should have to pay all the cost if they lose these stupid suits that have no merit. Bet it would stop a lot of it.

  5. The ONLY possibe solution to the problem of mischievous, predatory, spite-based, or purely inane frivooous lawsuits would be to CHANGE the LAW, to DEMAND that LOSERS haveto pay ALL court costs AND the ATTORNEY'S FEES of the WINNER.

    Failure to provide adequate reimbursement to the curt and to the offended party or parties would result in MANDATORY JAIL TIME of NO LESS than SIX MONTHS.

    I think everyone would have to admit that such a change in policy would do MUCH to curb the frequent abuse of the legal system we suffer with now.

    So-called Ambulance Chasers should be either be jailed or heavily fined –– possibly both in extreme cases.

    ALSO: No law firm should be permitted toA DVERTISE. PERIOD!

    Anyone have a better idea?

  6. "ALSO: No law firm should be permitted toA DVERTISE. PERIOD!"

    WOW, You should see the outrageous awards the Denver Ambulance Chasers [imply] that are available by using their services. It's enough to gag a maggot!

  7. We have a dangerous lawyer infestation. They also control every level of government.

    You know what I'd like to do...

    1. "You know what I'd like to do..."

      I think so but I'd sure like to hear it!

    2. "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers"
      -- Dick the Butcher, Henry VI, Part II, act IV, Scene II, Line 73


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