Yesterday, on the Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog, I wrote about the clear plan doctors have of writing as many editorials as possible about medical malpractice. This editorial from Fredericksburg, Virginia fails to follow the ‘talk about defensive medicine’ talking point because the author is too focused on his completely insane idea for malpractice reform that no one will take seriously. But the ‘attack the medical malpractice lawyers’ part he nails at the end:
As you can imagine, the trial lawyers will fight this solution, because this process will cut them off from a very lucrative business that causes misery and inordinate medical expenses, and does not contribute anything to good medical care.
Does the author of this article believe that he converted a single person on the fence with this editorial?