Trial Lawyer's Fraud Scheme, Suicide Shock Plaintiffs Bar

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Word of accident attorney Andrew H. Gaber's alleged insurance fraud scheme, pending arrest and eventual suicide last week sent shock waves through the personal injury bar, which was surprised to hear of the extent of the scheme and concerned about the stereotype it perpetuated.

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  • Stephen Savar



    (Corrected version):

    I am a retired personal injury attorney.

    A colleague once told me that is a shame that 90 percent of all attorneys ruin the reputation of the rest of us. Of course, he was exaggerating, making a small joke. :-)

    I worked with six different plaintiffs‘ personal injury firms before I started my own practice. After I left, three of those firms had an attorney who was disbarred. One of those attorneys was sentenced to prison for engineering the murder hit on someone who would have been a witness in his insurance fraud case.

    I can think of three other attorneys with whom I had some kind of professional contact who were also later disbarred.

    And I have also had longstanding relationships with several firms who were perfectly ethical to the best of my knowledge.

    This is a two-sided coin.

  • Stephen Savar

    I am a retired personal injury attorney.

    A colleague once told me that is a shame that 90 percent of all attorneys ruin the reputation of the rest of us. Of course, he was making a small joke. :-)

    I worked with six different plaintiffs‘ personal injury firms before I started my own practice. After I left, three of those firms had an attorney who was the artist.. One of those attorneys was sentenced to prison for engineering the murder hit on someone who would have been a witness in his insurance fraud case.

    I can think of three other attorneys what film I had some kind of professional contact who are also later disbarred.
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