Insurance Industry Picking Victims Pockets - Take Action
People Over Profits supporters have been making noise about an outrageous provision passed by the House of Representatives.
Without debate, special interest language was added at the last minute to the Pension Bill in the House of Representatives.
If enacted, an injured person would be forced to pay back their ERISA health insurance plan even when the cost of future medical care and expenses are more than what they receive in compensation, which is often the case.
Severely injured and disabled victims could be left without enough money for their future medical care, expenses that would inevitably be left to taxpayers. Take Action
When natural disasters requiring large scale relief efforts occur, it is important to effectively to ensure that victims are cared for safely and effectively.
However, with the "Disaster Relief Volunteer Protection Act of 2006," Congress proposes broad special protections for all types of organizations. The bill is so broadly drafted, even the KKK could be protected while engaged in disaster relief services during a national disaster.
The bill unnecessarily and unconscionably offers immunities at the expense of innocently injured victims. Take Action
It held the manufacturers of the exploding Chevy Malibus accountable.
Auto Executives Endangered Consumers
The Anderson family's terrifying experience in a Chevy Malibu that exploded into flames shows the need for the civil justice system to hold manufacturers of dangerous products accountable. Read their story.
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