I'm a proud member of the American Association for Justice, an organization begun in 1946 when a group of 11 lawyers met in Oregon to form a new organization called the "National Association of Claimants' Compensation Attorneys." That organization became, in time, The American Trial Lawyers Association and, finally, The American Association for Justice. 2016 is the Association's 70th birthday.
Or . . . Everybody saw this coming.
Or . . . What Would Cars be Like without Trial Lawyers?
I'm proud of what I do. Without trial lawyers, you wouldn't be as safe from defective products, as protected from the consequences of carelessness, as secure in your personal and civil rights, as you are. Whether you know it or not. Whether you like it or not. It's why every effort by corporate, banking and insurance interests to take those rights away starts with attacks on lawyers. You want us on that wall. You need us on that wall.
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