Skip to comments.A Doctor's Plan for Legal Industry Reform [An awesome criticism/parody of Obamacare!]
Posted on 09/03/2009 9:09:37 PM PDT by grundle
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Yup! Thanks for stopping by.
Spread the word. If Lawyers
think they are in the cross
hairs, they might cross “over”
when they see the light.
Oh! Please, please let me help! Please.....
These self proclaimed Gods love to keep the pot stirring. It helps their bottom line and keeps them in power.
I would love to do something with their bottoms, for sure. Govthug colonoscopys with an asbestos glove for all of them, before anyone else.
BTW, Did you notice that Harvard won the election....again? Coincidence...I'm sure.
[... These self proclaimed Gods love to keep the
pot stirring. It helps their bottom line and keeps
them in power...]
Aren’t most of our politicians “LAWYERS”???
Of course they won’t reform tort law.
Actually, several of these are good ideas.
NOW....we’re ON TO SOMETHING!!!! Some enterprising young Republican in Congress needs to propose something similar!!!
Every one has a right to legal care!
The sad fact is many people are ignorant as to the fact that in many areas of law attorney fees are caped and are regulated.
Many state bars set the amounts for contingency fee maximums.
Same in federal court.
ALSO judges do have the power to review fee agreements.
I think the first step is to start forcing the closure of some of these diploma mill law schools. There are too many law students who have been sold a bill of goods as to the future job market.
why would you even need lawyers?
under socialized medicine, medical screw ups would have sovereign immunity. YOU CAN”T SUE.
Can you sue GM when the government owns the company?
Slaves have no rights.
Thus no need for lawyers to represent and enforce those rights.
it is called a public defender.
BTW cap and trade has a provision where lawyers can privatly sue polutors for attorney fees and costs for catching them. (ala the ADA)