Can Ralph Nader convince you that Tort law is fascinating?

Tort Law! Now that we have your undivided attention, let's explore the new American Museum of Tort Law.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader poses with a Chevrolet Corvair in The American Museum of Tort Law. (The Associated Press)

From scalding coffee to flaming Fords, Tort law cases have long fascinated Ralph Nader. Now the lawyer, consumer advocate and former presidential candidate has finally built his passion project — the American Museum of Tort Law

Nader joins Shad to shed light on the dimly understood subject of Tort law, share some of the museum's most fascinating cases, and argue that we should all pay more attention to wrongful actions that result in injury.


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