Best Lawyers For Suing?

In the U.S., it’s a million to one, but for Canada it’s about two hundred thousand to one.”

“That sounds ridiculous,” I said. “How can you be sure?”

He smiled. “In London they were always suing one another—in fact, they still do.” He went on to describe how lawyers in England would go around trying cases against each other just for the fun of it and that there was no loss involved as long as their clients got what they wanted out of them anyway. There was much discussion back and forth until he finally brought up the subject of my class action suit against Ingersoll Electronics. I told him about our agreement with Ron Shaw and added, “We don’t even have any proof yet that Ingersoll made those faulty flashlights so we can’t sue them.” The lawyer shook his head sadly as he spoke: “Your problem is not going to be difficult at all if you try hard enough; but things are different here than in England or anywhere else where litigation is more common; here people don’t like lawsuits because most of them lose money when someone sues them.” Then he looked me straight in the eye and stated matter-of-factly: “I am confident your case will win eventually, but there are three factors that could make winning less certain than usual….” He paused then took some time before continuing: “…One factor is that your product had already been on sale for quite a while before

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