I live in PA. That might mean one less antique car or some other toy for
a lawyer and really wouldn't stop the way lawyers operate. First thing
they do is look to see how many pockets they can empty.
Without getting into a big story I know someone who legally disposed of
an old car his daughter used going to college. The title was forged by
others and the repaired version of the car was reborn. Sometime later
two kids died in a car fire while according to the toxicology report
were using alcohol and drugs. The lawyers followed the ownership of the
car back and determined how much of his assets could be touched and sued
him for that amount on the basis that there were service bulletins that
were not followed while he owned the car. His money was noise compared
to what they wanted from the auto makers etc but it meant say a new high
end sports car for a lawyer.
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