The duty of government is to leave commerce to its own capital and credit as well as all other branches of business, protecting all in their legal pursuits, granting exclusive privileges to none. Andrew Jackson
These are words that we should all live by and practice every day. This also includes the Big Insurance Industry and the US Chamber of Commerce. The Big Insurance Industry, and their mouthpiece the US Chamber of Commerce, are trying to use the legislative process to get legislation passed that will limit the access to the free market that we all enjoy and cherish on a daily basis in the United States. They are gearing up to try and pass legislation that will ensure that everyday people will not have access to funds that can use to assist them in their time of need; while the Big Insurance companies drags their feet in deciding who has the right, no the privilege, to get a settlement.
The high priced agent of the Big Insurance industry, the US Chamber of Commerce, is trying to use the millions of dollars they have raised to lobby for legislation that will limit access to the free markets by allowing the Big Insurance companies to milk consumers out of more and more money and not pay them the proper and legal settlements they are entitled to.
Consumer Legal Funding is one thing and one thing only. It is a life line for consumers who are fighting the behemoth insurance companies. Don’t take our word for it; ask Melinda from Iowa “Able to get my mortgage paid.” or Gregory from Missouri: “There’s no jobs available for me with my disabilities. This money will pay light bills. Thank you.” Scott from Tennessee: “This will help me from being evicted or having my power turned off.”
Finally Debra from Indiana said “I’m using the money for my brother’s funeral”
Consumer Legal Funding allows consumers to level the playing field against the multi-million dollar lobbying paid by the Big Insurance Industry and the US Chamber to harm consumers and limit the right to a free market society we cherish in this country.
The most important single central fact about a free market is that no exchange takes place unless both parties benefit. Milton Friedman