Approximately forty-five years ago--if I remember the date more-or-less correctly--people did the same thing in America. That was when our government, in its infinite wisdom and guided in its search for truth by tremendous election campaign contributions from people whose only motivation was philanthropy, decided that it was perfectly reasonable to allow attorneys to advertise. It's been all downhill since then. "Litigious society" is one of the most often-used sound-bites for describing contemporary America. If something goes wrong, it's never bad luck, it absolutely has to be somebody else's fault, and by the goddess we're going to find him and make him pay for it--while the lawyers on both sides of the case get rich. If my wife sees an unsupervised child lying on the sidewalk in obvious medical distress, and as a Good Samaritan she uses her medical knowledge (not a doctor but she worked in hospitals for decades) to help while the paramedics are coming because no one else around is offering to, and the child dies, she will be prosecuted for causing or at least contributing to his death--or maybe just child abuse, which is a much worse crime to have on your record. Believe me, no one's willing to help anybody anymore, because of America's surplus of lawyers. Perhaps, but you've misanalyzed it and I think it's important to understand the phenomenon better. It's not because we're evil people. It's because we're surrounded by evil lawyers.