The personal injury case with the “Motion for Counsel to Get New Shoes” that I blogged about Friday ended in a mistrial, setting aside what apparently would been a $2.2 million plaintiff’s verdict. So, essentially, filing this silly motion may have cost his injured client $2.2 million.
The writer who wrote the original column provides a well written background of his dealing with the lawyers in the case before publishing the story. I don’t know whether this column is accurate. Either way, it does not convey a very good image of personal injury lawyers.
- Above the Law (which is where I found the story)