Leyla Renee WirtzWhy Plaintiff’s Trial Lawyers Are Good For Society
In order to follow in the hopes and dreams of our forefathers, We The People, inorder to
a more perfect Union, need trial lawyers willing to represent plaintiffs.In a society that is so economically unsound, and during a time where it seemsthat less fortunate people are being constantly abused and taken advantage of, we shouldbe thankful for attorneys who are willing to conscientiously work to be advocates forthese individuals, to insure that their Constitutional, Federal and State rights areprotected, when these rights seem to be violated all the time.We The People need representatives with the appropriate knowledge and a voiceto insure that justice is provided us. Plaintiff’s trial lawyers are the representatives I amspeaking of. Attorneys providing protection to plaintiffs have the knowledge and abilityto insure that all persons are legally treated just and fairly and that equal rights areprovided to all, regardless of race, creed or economic status.Contrary to the misbelief that attorneys representing plaintiffs are merelylitigious, greedy and self-serving, they most certainly provide a service that is undeniablybeneficial when it comes to protecting the rights of people that have been violated.