Agreeing with Ian Hislop? Blimey – I didn’t expect that would ever happen, I am getting old 😦
I should say that I don’t hate all lawyers but there are a few types of lawyer that, frankly, the world could do without. The first group are those who decide that they need to go into politics – 15% of all MPs were either barristers or solicitors. This lot just need to go away now! Between them they’re responsible for the current Brexit mess we find ourselves in – and plenty of other messes as well!
This group is particularly irritating because they think they’re doing good when actually they are screwing things up for everybody except their rich friends! Hateful, lying, toadies – the lot of them!!
The second group are those ambulance chasing Injury 4 You type of low-life shysters. There is one TV advert that features a woman in a shopping centre who manages to slip and injure herself at the top of an escalator. Hmmm if I remember correctly her view is obscured by a host of shopping bags she’s carrying. I mean c’mon, really? Are you suggesting that it’s the shopping centre’s fault? That really does take the biscuit!
Here’s the google ad for one of these leeches:
Injury Lawyers UK. Specialists | Check How Much You Can Claim
Free Claim Assessment. Discover Your Rights Now. No Win No Fee. Call Us Today.
The Civil Liability Bill has officially received Royal Asset today (December 20) marking a reform of the way England and Wales addresses whiplash claims and the framework around which the personal injury discount rate is set. Its aim is to reduce the “excessive” compensation claims impacting the NHS.
‘VULTURES’ ‘Ambulance-chasing’ PPI lawyers slammed by car finance expert for now hounding mis-sold PCP deals
Possibly the worst of the 3. And they are allowed to bombard us with their advertising, pleading with us not to miss out on up to £7k. They really shouldn’t allow it – but they do – on TV, on the radio…it’s everywhere. Even though there are people out there who deserve the support of good lawyers to get their money back there are standards that should be applied and followed – by all parties!
Martin Lewis, founder of the Money Saving Expert website, said banks had lied to customers that certain types of insurance were compulsory, yet no banker had been prosecuted over the issue. He tweeted: ‘Bank’s [SIC] PPI selling was a systemic, deliberate, scripted, protection racket to missell £30bn+ of insurance. ‘