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Tort Reform Caps Should Be Flexible It isn’t often that insurance issues enter the pop culture. On those few occasions when they do, insurers are rarely on the “right” side.

Thus, it was interesting to see a strong case made for tort reform in the newest best seller by John Grisham, “The King Of Torts.” The book served as a cartoon primer on how big-time trial lawyers–and their targets–operate in the class-action arena.

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