Sick of Lawsuits (SOL) is an online network of more than 200,000 people who are interested in restoring integrity to our justice system. SOL is a project of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) and provides a forum where you can get involved in the effort to stop lawsuit abuse.
Our legal system should be respected and work for everyone. Instead, it has become a weapon too often used to make money rather than deliver justice.
Lawsuit abuse increases the price we pay for goods and services, consumes valuable tax dollars, increases health care costs, forces small businesses to shut their doors, and threatens jobs and our economy.
When our system is abused, we all pay, and we all lose. It’s time for us to fix this problem. Together we can fight to end lawsuit abuse.
If a lawyer, or someone acting on behalf of a lawyer, solicits you on the phone or in person in connection with an accident, should you hire them?
How many lawyers should you speak to before hiring one?
Typically, what percentage of a lawsuit award do lawyers take as payment?
What is the best way to verify your lawyer’s credentials?
If you fire a lawyer, are they entitled to any future award or settlement?
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A project of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse, Sick of Lawsuits is an online network of people who are interested in restoring integrity to our justice system by addressing issues surrounding legal reform. We encourage citizens to be empowered as legal consumers, take action against abuses, and help restore common sense and fairness to our legal system.
Contribute today to fight back against lawsuit abuse and help restore fairness to our legal system.