Friday, February 24, 2017

Dodgy compensation law firm Maurice Blackburn TV ads


How does the saying go when the authorities speak down on the plebs:

"Nothing to hide, nothing to fear", 

right?

Surely something is dodgy when a law firm "hides" Black Saturday bills, right?

Business is slow in the compensation claims department. 

As a result the Australian television airwaves are currently littered with advertisements from Maurice Blackburn for injured persons to seek compensation (read engage in commerce using 'justice' as the perceived product) through the law business.

Does a lawyer really give a stuff about your 'compensation'?


Do you know what happens when you 'hire' a lawyer for your matter?

For starters, ANY money awarded does NOT go to you but rather the law business, where the remainder (after their fees) is given to you.

When in court you are not allowed to speak as you are seen as incapable of handling your own affairs, a ward of the state, a dunce.

You are being used as a cash cow, to siphon as much money as possible from you to support the law business, the partners and the wages of the staff etc.

You can also be helping the lawyer fund their children's next school holidays trip to France.

Does a lawyer really work for you or do you work for them?

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