Canadian Personal Injury Lawyer’s Class Action Seeks Death Penalty for Moose
Though the Judicial Hellholes program typically shines its spotlight on civil justice matters within the United States, it will occasionally look beyond those borders. And news of a Canadian personal injury lawyer’s class action against the province of Newfoundland, demanding that the government there step up its moose-killing efforts, invites such attention.
It seems automobile vs. moose traffic collisions are up, and on behalf of Newfoundland drivers recently injured in such encounters with nature, lawyer Ches Crosbie’s lawsuit seeks to prod the province toward a major culling of the moose herd. No Sarah Palin jokes, please.