As the daughter of an attorney, I heard a lot of jokes about ambulance chasers
when I was growing up.
Beckett decides to sue but the only lawyer who will take the case is a local ambulance chaser
Or heaven forbid, become a greedy ambulance chaser
, or bask in the floodlights for narcissistic desires, or prey on hapless clients like a vulture, or justify the odds by saying that the first thing we do is to kill all the lawyers for being a disgrace not only to the profession but to the human race?
She must be the ultimate ambulance chaser
every time she hears the siren, she thinks they're calling her name.
The personal tics and foibles of everyone from the building's chess-playing Holocaust survivor (Mark Margolis) to the resident fortunetelling drag queen (Charles Busch) and a fussy English ambulance chaser
(Roger Rees) are wonderfully realized, and their differences set off sparks every time paths cross.
IN HIS previous 27 novels, John Grisham mastered the art of the legal thriller and chronicled the range of fictional legal behavior from the absolute boy scout (Jake Brigance from 1989's A Time To Kill, Grisham's debut) to the shady ambulance chaser
(Rudy Baylor from 1995's The Rainmaker).
Overestimate the optimum angle of lean and you can end up flat on your back, your cranium smacked against a solid object and an ambulance chaser
urging you to sign a claim against the chair manufacturer.
Back on the wards at St Margaret's, Anji solves a medical mystery and Beth plays a mischievous game with an ambulance chaser
Titles such as Easy Money,Compo or Confessions of an Ambulance Chaser
can hit the big screen.
Mr Brocklebank's lodger, Waylon Macaroon, was stopped by one such ambulance chaser
who unfortunately asked: "Erm, have you had an accident?