[QUOTE=Ramsey;54299]People and companies make mistakes. Not everything should be a litigious action. At this point, I don't feel like I've been maliciously misled.
Seems to me that these folks are just out for the quick buck.
It's sad that shit like this happens -- which has a bigger effect, likely, that did their initial mistake.
Ripples in the pond, I suppose.
This just makes me want to see the 10k even more -- and to have it blow estimates away.
I'm biased, of course.
Tort reform should be an exigent matter before the Congress, however, the House and Senate majority are currently being lobbied and monetarily supported by these same people. This is the preeminent reason that nothing will change in trial litigation until the Congress re-seats with a different balance of power.
Bottom-feeders lurk everywhere, sucking the filtrate off the bottom of the pond that is forming into sludge. The only distinguishable difference between sucker fish and trial lawyers, is that trial lawyers have a license to practice.
The above is just my opinion. I am still allowed to have one.....so I have heard. Please don't construe the above as a bitter pill or attitude on my part. It is just the way I visualize the whole situation.