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Posted: 02/23/12 09:52am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

QUESTION: What do you call 101 dead lawyers at the bottom of the ocean..

ANSWER: A GOOD START!


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Jack Spratt wrote:

I would have donated the $2 to help defend the suit.
Great company; Greedy self serving lawsuit.


great response and well said..........agree 100%




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In my mind just a method of legal extortion. An attorney decides to bring a law suit. Even though there are no compensable damages to anyone. And in order to avoid spending millions to defend themselves, the defendent, decides to settle with the class. The attorneys want compensation for nearly 1 million dollars. No justification or itemized bill.

But you will note that the defendent has elected to oppose the attorney fee. And they will probably settle on that amount down to 10% of that, or so. But still the sleasebags might get $100,000 or more for filing some paperwork. And lets not forget, no one was damaged by a faulty product.

This is typical of class action suits. The attorneys make the money. The "class" gets very little.


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"We had a lawyer in town once...poor guy almost starved to death. Then, another lawyer moved into town, and they both got rich."
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Per forum rules.......Click here


Posts are not allowed in which a local, state, or federal consumer action board and/or legal counsel is/have been involved. This includes posts related to future, ongoing or past lawsuits.


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