Supporters of so-called tort ‘reform’ bills in Congress claim that too many lawsuits have led to excessive costs and delays. They also charge that juries can no longer be trusted to render fair verdicts. But the truth belies these assertions. Tort ‘reform’ — really ‘deform’ — would gut our system’s ability to force wrongdoers to change their harmful conduct. For the whole story, check out the facts below:
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In the article “A New Day In Court” published in CFO Magazine, Steven L. Mintz writes:

Awards often seem mysterious to Chris Campos, whose Teaneck, New Jersey based CPA firm, Campos & Stratis, investigates product- liability claims on behalf of insurance companies. He finds even favorable outcomes puzzling, when emotions in the jury