But Jay I see two winners here...the tow truck driver and the lawyer
Yup! No matter who wins or looses, the Lawyers ALWAYS win!
A cruise ship full of lawyers sank in shark infested waters. All of the crew were devoured but none of the lawyers were eaten by the sharks. Professional courtesy.
Dennis, three winners...the tow truck driver and TWO lawyers
If it was a world championship fight between Ford and Chevy, they probably declared it to be a tie as neither was able to drive away.
what do you call 500 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? A GOOD START....
If you come upon an attorney who's standing in a hole with cement up to his neck, what does it mean?
It means that someone ran out of cement!
OK I didn't mean to turn this into a lawyer bash fest I can name Thousands of good attorneys...OK hundreds...OK maybe fifty...well at least one...My ex-wife had a good one...
A group of 49 lawyers were on a field trip in a 50 seat bus when it was in an accident and went over a bridge into the river with no survivors, The newspaper reported that the problem was there was one empty seat.
Seriously I know there are many good lawyers and many that own Model T's so this is all in good fun, no harm intended.
Why are lawyers buried 10 feet deep, instead of six ?
Deep down, they're actually OK.
What do you call a Volkswagen full of Microsoft attorneys going off a high bridge?
A system-correcting bug!
In any case, it was obviously the Chevy's fault.
How many lawyers does it take to change a light bulb
How many can you afford?
BOY AM I GLAD I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bill,..... there may be more reason for what you just said than meets the eye!
Recently, I read an article which was directed at the young folks who are faced with things like,..... what should they "major in" when beginning a college education. What really "took my eye" was when this article made a particular point of stating that a young person nowadays, should not even "consider" studying law with the ambition of becoming a lawyer. Further explanation was basically that in the next few years, the field of "law" will have far too many lawyers as the need for lawyers will be greatly decreased, due to the fact that much need for legal advice will be satisfied by the wealth of legal information available on the internet. Wonder if this really makes sense,.... ???
I'm curious how you know it's the driver of the Chevy's fault?
Because . . . IT'S A CHEVY!
Seriously, if the photo shows everyone involved, it looks like contact was at the right front of the Chevy and right-rear of the Ford, suggesting that the Chevy clipped the Ford. However, my auto-forensics can't for the life of me figure out how they could have ended up in the shown orientation--Chevy--Ford--Utility Pole, and Ford front left tire resting on Chevy rear running board. Me thinks there must be more to it than is shown.