In response to Charley Reese's column "In tort-reform fight, don't assume lawyers are always the bad guys":
Reese is right when he states, "The lone individual or family would have no chance for justice against corporate giants without the effort of the trial lawyers. In these cases lawyers are the heroes."
However, in today's legal environment, there are far too many villains parading as heroes. And, unfortunately, the real legal heroes are doing little if anything to end this charade.