Two years ago today, I was a witness to a car accident. A family was in a car on the side of the road. The car pulled back onto the highway, right into the path of a semi truck that was loaded with bricks. When I say "right into the path" I mean, maybe two meters. The truck driver was not at fault; the driver of the car was. A 14-year-old boy died in that accident. It was so horrific, watching the Trooper tell the mom the bad news. My daughter was 14 at the time! Since then, I get calls from the family's lawyers from time to time, asking me to go over what I saw. It's clear that they "want" me to remember it differently...to put the blame on the truck driver (who almost certainly has deeper pockets than the family). Isn't it unethical, what the lawyers are doing? Or is it just part of their job? It's not blatant, but unmistakable, that they're trying to sway my account. How long do you think I'll be getting these calls? I drive by the site every day...sad to think about it.