Kerry Underwood

LAW’S PARASITES

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A Dick Chilblain Special!

Our intrepid reporter catches up with legal entrepreneur Chris Innovator  who tells of his life in the law in his own words:

” I started with the protection rackets of the Kray Twins – lovely boys – much maligned- but they got banged up so I moved in to Financial Services – same thing really but less violence.

That got regulated so I became a will-writer flogging dodgy funeral packages. Good one that as the client is always dead when the complaints roll in.

Then Claims Direct and The Accident Group – same thing as the protection rackets but with a bit more violence – but all good things must come to an end. As one door shuts another opens – Claims Management Companies and referral fees and ATE insurance! Those were the days!

Apart from a bit of PPI that is all over. Saw that coming so set up a few Medical Reporting Organisations – MROs – MOR’s more like – Money for Old Rope. This Gove chap seems to have sussed that one though, so I’ve got a few ABS’s on the go – they can get away with anything – and do.

Yes, the law has been good to me.”

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Written by kerryunderwood

July 31, 2015 at 1:25 pm

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  1. It’s funny but I have always called those entities as parasites. Whilst they had temporary lives they did well and left us to pick up the pieces. I blame our professon for giving them the opportunities to flourish.

    abdul hafezi

    July 31, 2015 at 6:03 pm

  2. […] Kerry Underwood on Law’s Parasites. […]


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