Bradley Fowler...

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

is another idiot in the long line of 'offended' idiots that seek to redress their inadequacies through the courts, by filing another lawsuit in a long line of asinine lawsuits seeking 'compensation.'

As a Country, we seriously need to address this issue of frivolous lawsuits, brought about by trial lawyers that do not actually seek judicial fairness, but rather a quick buck via a settlement. It is high time we adopt a loser pay system, wherein the individual, such as Bradley Fowler, pays for all attorney fees (for both sides), court costs, etc., if their case is either thrown out for lack of merit, or if they lose their case in a court of law if it proceeds. No settlements, no arbitration. You either win and they pay, or you lose, and you pay.

But Gothguy, you say, what if the person filing the suit is poor and the big evil corporations have all the money for attorneys? Well, guess what...if your case is on a firm, legal basis, you will find an attorney to take the case on a pro bono basis, or on a contingency basis. There are many attorneys that do this kind of work.

Personally, I think the worst thing that ever happened in the United States is allowing attorneys to advertise. Think about that for a minute, boys and girls, how many times during the course of a day or evening do you hear an advertisement by a trial law firm seeking clients for damages due to asbestos exposure, personal injury, etc.?

This judicial madness has got to stop!

Hat Tip: razOr


LLoyd July 29, 2008 at 9:40 PM  

F**king A Frank. I am sick a fed up and there is a lot of real "change" that needs to come via the Hill. Our House and Senate have been infected with this whole spirit of neo-commie Lib bullshit and when the Pelooser says the House needs a cleaning--she's right.

It includes every f**king Lib in both Houses and the RINOS too. It is time NOW for this country to have its Network Moment:

raz0r July 30, 2008 at 7:45 AM  

Thank you. Have an update that I read last night.

The judge in the case told Bradley that the case was frivolous and the court would not appoint a lawyer, so now he is representing himself.

So no court appointed lawyer and no lawyers stepping up should tell folks right where this is headed.

Melissa July 30, 2008 at 8:06 AM  

Good to hear that someone has a lick of common sense in ths country. The judge is to be commended.
Now if we could keep this crap from ever reaching the courtroom, that woudl be an accomplishment!

Gothguy July 30, 2008 at 4:16 PM  


Thanks for the update!

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