Case “Runners” Are Back Because They Never Left . . . And Are Battling It Out in Court

We have all heard the terms “ambulance chasers” or “case runners” used to describe unethical practices of personal injury law firms. Even the general public is familiar with these terms, mostly from the use of them in comedy sketches or bad “dad” jokes. It seems that something that we have known to be true, but what we hoped was a dwindling practice only used in the least entertaining of circumstances has once again found its way to the limelight – and in a somewhat surprising turn of events,…
By: Chartwell Law
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