Speaking of Wisconsin, the Drug and Device Law Blog thinks that tort reform in Wisconsin is upsetting to plaintiffs’ lawyers. Rule #1 of Fight Club: don’t talk about Fight Club. Rule #1 for defense lawyers: don’t talk about the fact that they hate legislation that limits plaintiffs’ 7th Amendment rights.
Speaking of defense lawyers, check out this video of defense lawyers dealing with insurance adjusters. Please note: I never send you to humorous links on here. So if I do, it has to be funny. Trust me until I do you wrong.
Speaking of humor and insurance claims adjusters, this is a funny look at a plaintiffs’ lawyer settling soft tissue injury cases with insurance companies. As silly as this is, I think there is a lesson for all personal injury lawyers here about setting expectations. I think too many lawyers give their clients unrealistic expectations regarding the value of their case which just sets the client up for disappointment. This is even more of a problem in serious injury cases.
Speaking of doing someone wrong, check out this bad faith verdict against Paul Revere.
Speaking of bad faith, Max Kennerly writes about the sham House hearings on medical malpractice tort reform.
Speaking of medical malpractice, the TortsProf Blog gives its own roundup of links. It has a few medical malpractice links, including one from me (thanks, guys).