Sick of Lawsuits:
Sick of Lawsuits is a nonpartisan, grassroots campaign of Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse, which aims to educate the public about the costs and consequences of lawsuit abuse on our access to affordable, quality health care.
Be sure to also check out Sick of Lawsuits’ new video campaign – “I Am Lawsuit Abuse” – which will hopefully amplify messages from the victims of lawsuit abuse. Across the country, victims of lawsuit abuse are making their voices heard, telling real life stories about the costs and consequences of lawsuit abuse. Make sure that your story is heard too! Visit Sick of Lawsuits by clicking here, or the “Share Your Story” section of our web site to be heard.
Project Lawsuit Abuse:
Project Lawsuit Abuse is an online forum to discuss one of the biggest problems ailing our economy and health care system: lawsuit abuse. Sponsored by the Sick of Lawsuits grassroots network, the blog features supporters from the frontlines of the Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse movement who call attention to abuses of our legal system and to advocate for meaningful civil justice reform.
The American Tort Reform Association:Founded in 1986, the American Tort Reform Association is the only national organization exclusively dedicated to reforming the civil justice system. The non-profit, non-partisan organization consists of a nationwide network of state-based lawsuit reform coalitions backed by more than 135,000 grassroots supporters.
AG Agenda Watch: AG Agenda Watch, a project of the American Tort Reform Association, monitors the litigation and political agenda of state attorneys general. The organization’s goal is to serve as a watchdog and to educate policymakers, legal reform organizations, and the media about the litigation agenda and political activity of our nation’s attorneys general
The Institute for Legal Reform: The Institute for Legal Reform is a national campaign with the critical mission of making America’s legal system simpler, fairer, and faster for everyone. As part of its efforts, the Institute for Legal Reform supports public education campaigns and grassroots activities which focus on the need for federal and state legal reforms.
The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce:
As the voice of small business owners, the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce is the largest jobs advocacy organization in West Virginia. The Chamber has played a major role in key legal reform issues of the state, including the push for creation of an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia.
The West Virginia Record: As the state’s first and only legal journal, The West Virginia Record reports thoroughly and vigorously on West Virginia’s legal system. The Record focuses in particular on civil actions filed in state courts, which are often ignored by other media outlets.
The West Virginia State Medical Association (WV SMA): As the largest physician-based organization in the state, the West Virginia State Medical Association has played an essential role in reforming our state’s medical liability system, which was once in crisis. As a result, West Virginia is now one of the better states in the nation to practice medicine, and the medical liability reforms pushed by the WV SMA serve as a model for other states.