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Sick of Lawsuits Updates

May 3, 2016

Be On Guard Against Solicitations to Join a Lawsuit

Like all businesses, personal injury lawyers need a product to sell and customers who will buy that product. In the case of personal injury lawyers, […]

April 14, 2016

Fueling the Personal Injury Lawsuit Machine

Personal injury lawyer advertising is a huge presence on our TV screens and computer searches. It’s also the most visible element of the vicious cycle of lawsuit abuse in this country.

March 31, 2016

Claimant or Commodity: Traded in the Lawsuit Abuse Machine

More and more, lawsuit plaintiffs are being treated like commodities. Traded like baseball cards. A cog  in the lawsuit abuse machine, where investment firms are […]

March 22, 2016

AG Jeff Landry Moves Quickly to End the “Buddy System”

Guest post from Melissa Landry (no relation), executive director of Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch (LLAW). The article was first published in The Hayride on March 22, […]

February 23, 2016

Letting a Lawyer Pick Your Doctor: Huge Mistake

Personal injury lawyers are constantly innovating new ways to generate lawsuits to make money for themselves. Regardless of the specific tactic, you can be sure […]

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