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In a Poll Voters Are Not Concerned About The Tort Reform

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In Washington, D.C. the organization known as the American Trial Lawyers Association stated with the civil justice reforms, that the pro-business groups are pushing voters to not register, these are the results that were released after a poll was recently conducted.

At a press conference in the National Press Club building, the American Association for Justice, formerly the ATLA, offered proof in the form of a 1,007-person poll that voters worry more about corporate fraud than frivolous lawsuits.

The poll, conducted by Peter Hart Research Associates Inc., showed that 24 percent of voters worry about personal injury or medical malpractice cases resulting in “too much money” for the plaintiffs, and only 34 percent worry that trial lawyers are making “too much money” when they win a lawsuit.