The lawyers of car accident victims are suing auto accident companies claiming that the companies did not pay them for legal services.
The lawyers filed a lawsuit in the Italian Court of Cassation on Tuesday, alleging that the auto accident industry has been abusing its position by paying the lawyers’ fees in an attempt to avoid paying for accident victims’ medical bills.
The lawyers of the accident victims, called the “Carolines” (Caroline) in Italian, have said that they had to take legal action against the manufacturers of the auto insurance and repair services to try to obtain payment for the cost of their accident treatment.
The lawsuit also claims that the manufacturers have a financial incentive to cover the costs of their services.
According to the lawyers, the companies have no obligation to pay them.
“In fact, in many cases, the cost is covered by the company itself,” the suit says.
“This is clearly not a legal obligation.
The companies do not have to pay for the treatment of accident victims.
This is an abuse of power, which cannot be tolerated.”
The plaintiffs argue that the industry should have to reimburse the car accident insurers for their costs of accident reconstruction, the legal expenses of the lawyers and the costs for their legal work.
“If it had to pay these expenses, the industry would have been forced to give up its profits and the victims would not have had the right to sue,” they say in the lawsuit.
“The auto insurance industry is exploiting the crisis, which was caused by the crash of one of the world’s most powerful cars, in order to get back its profits.”
The lawsuit, filed in the Court of Cannazione Cassation, says that auto accident victims who were injured on the road were in danger because they were unable to drive for three days after the accident, or because of the lack of medical attention.
The case has been made against several Italian insurance companies, but not all of them have been successful.
In addition, the case has attracted a lot of publicity, since the lawyers have demanded compensation for the victims.