westley at da-parish.com
Mon Sep 26 07:44:54 EDT 2011
Yes Cullen represents injured persons at trial; hence the reference "trial
lawyers ". Now what do you call lawyers at trial who represent insurance
companies? They are not corporate lawyers as they never go to trial. So what
are they? This is not a trick question. What do you call an insurance
company lawyer at trial?
Don't know? Have no idea? Then why single out Cullen Tonry ? Personal bias
on your part? Leave bias out and vote on their plans for us, i.e.
meaningful jobs, new industry, crime, budget issues, levees, erosion,
drainage, and on and on....Ask the real tough issues and get off personal
boilerplate trite comments. Please ask issues affecting us, not your
personal bias against trial lawyers or even union lobbyist. me
> Well, I'll vote for Ray Garofalo any day of the week over a "union
> like Chad Lauga or "trial lawyer puppet" like Tonry. You're then left
> with a choice between Mike Bayham (laugh) and Garofalo. I've been to
> the state ethics commission websites and saw with my own eyes where
> their campaign money is coming from. Lauga is near entirely all
> unions, Tonry is near entirely all trail lawyers, Bayham has none, and
> Garofalo is nearly entirely self-funded, about 98% of over $150,000.
> Garofalo's opponents make this an easy choice by default alone. We in
> St. Bernard are tired of candidates being bought and paid for by
> unions and trial lawyers who haven't done crap for this parish.
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