"Hot Coffee" Exposes How Hard Caps on Malpractice Awards Shift Burden to Taxpayers

January 28, 2011

It was about time someone attempted to educate the public about the misconception they have about the “McDonald’s Coffee Case”. In general this coffee case is used to promote all sorts of anti-consumer laws including the infamous tort reform–which incidentally, some attorneys I know think is a good idea which will be subject of a future post). The third part in Emmy Goodman’s Democracy Now report is important and timely in that it explains how Tort Reform is nothing but an attempt to re-distribute wealth and substitute tax money to pay for that which the insurance companies should be paying for. Take a listen and pass it around…

“Hot Coffee” Exposes How Hard Caps on Malpractice Awards Shift Burden to Taxpayers

via “Hot Coffee” Exposes How Hard Caps on Malpractice Awards Shift Burden to Taxpayers.

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