T.C. Morrison recently interviewed with the National Tort Museum Director, Rick Newman, sharing his inspiration for the book, insights from his legal career, and the type of humorous adventure readers should expect from Torts R Us.
T. C. Morrison was interviewed by The Washington Times’ Cheryl K. Chumley on her podcast, “Bold & Blunt.” Listen below to hear Morrison’s take on how frivolous lawsuits tie-up the legal system and distract from the necessary litigation that serves the greater public good.
Episode: “Tort Troubles, and the Padding of Lawyers’ Pockets”
Episode description: “The state of America’s legal system, including its abundance of costly, oft-frivolous class action suits, has left the defendant in the dust, the plaintiff in near-poverty, and citizens paying to pad Big Lawyers’ pockets. Tom “T.C.” Morrison has something to make us laugh — a “Torts ‘R’ Us” book of satire about the legal system that draws on his 50 years in the field. When all else fails, it’s good to laugh.”