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Mark Bello
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The 7th Amendment to the Constitution guarantees the right of Americans to a trial by jury. However, big business and insurance companies continue their efforts to strip away those rights. These proponents of tort reform undermine the ability of victims to share their story with a jury and allowing the jury to return a verdict. In Texas, the Tort Reform Act of 2003 placed a cap of $250,000 on “non-economic damages.” In emergency room medical malpractice cases, one must prove “malice” which is virtually impossible. The result is that Texas lawyers will not touch a malpractice case thereby making it is nearly impossible for a victim to seek justice.

Here is a story of one such case.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JT7rxa2l_Xo

Still thinking of supporting tort reform? Imagine this happening to your loved one.

Mark Bello has thirty-three years experience as a trial lawyer and twelve years as an underwriter and situational analyst in the lawsuit funding industry. He is the owner and founder of Lawsuit Financial Corporation which helps provide legal finance cash flow solutions and consulting when necessities of life litigation funding is needed by plaintiffs involved in pending, personal injury litigation. Bello is a Justice Pac member of the American Association for Justice, Sustaining and Justice Pac member of the Michigan Association for Justice, Business Associate of the Florida, Tennessee, and Colorado Associations for Justice, a member of the American Bar Association as well as their ABA Advisory Committee, the State Bar of Michigan and the Injury Board.

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    Personal injury cases are tough. In many instances, the plaintiffs are so desperate for money while their suit is being settled; between the medical bills and missing hours of labor that they end up going back to work. Upon returning, their boss will say that they are no longer injured or were never really seriously injured. Many times this results in a minimal payout which is a lose/lose for everyone. More and more people are consulting with lawsuit funding firms so they aren’t forced back to work and don’t get caught up in this trap.