Today is the 10th anniversary of this blog. I had no idea what I was getting into back on April 25, 2005.
Since that time I have published almost 4,000 blog posts here, plus many more on my other blogs. I have either published, or have scheduled to be published, 560 Friday Fun posts — mostly videos. But of all the legal topics, consumer safety articles, and even the Friday Fun posts, the most popular post by far is the one about my wife’s chili recipe.
This blog has been fun for me and I hope it’s been helpful to some people.
Here’s my first post from PISSD:
This Web log is a new adventure for me, and I hope to update it frequently enough to make it a worthwhile resource for lawyers and others who want to help injured and disabled persons. Much of the initial material will be drawn from my main Web site at www.kraftlaw.com or from other Web sites I maintain.
I’ll also use this blog as a repository for snippets of information on technology, marketing, humor, and other subjects of interest to me (and possibly to me only). Please share your thoughts.
The title of the blog reflects my general attitude toward the way State and Federal governments and insurance companies treat injured and disabled people. In general, there is an uncaring attitude toward people when they are at the lowest points (physically and financially) of their lives. I think this is wrong, and I am proud to be one of the advocates who fight the system on behalf of those who are unable to adequately represent themselves.