To learn more about tort reform, we encourage you to visit the following sites, which have exposed tort reform for what it is – a pro-business propaganda war against victims. We’ve also included links to independent research that debunk tort reform myths and expose the big business backers supporting it.

The Center for Justice & Democracy is the only national consumer organization in the country exclusively dedicated to protecting our civil justice system.

The mission of the American Association for Justice is to promote a fair and effective justice system—and to support the work of attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in America’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests. AAJ is the world’s largest trial bar, providing trial attorneys with information, professional support and a nationwide network that enables them to most effectively and expertly represent clients.

The Center for Media and Democracy is a non-profit investigative reporting group that focuses on exposing corporate spin and government propaganda.

Tort Deform, a civil justice defense blog, exposes the truth behind tort reform with frequent news updates.

The Pop Tort is a project from consumer advocates at the Center for Justice & Democracy that chronicles the tort reform debate. is part of the Civil Justice Research & Education Project with the goal of honestly reporting on consumer, legal and political issues important to the American civil justice system.

Justinian Lane created What is Tort Reform? to explain in plain language what the various terms and concepts are behind the tort reform movement.

People Over Profits is a grassroots action center to protect civil rights.

98,000 Reasons educates about medical negligence and the role of the civil justice system in the healthcare debate.

Med Mal Facts educates healthcare consumers about the role of the civil justice system in preventing medical negligence.

“Hot Coffee” exposes the facts behind the McDonald’s hot coffee case, along with other victims’ cases that have been exploited as tort reform propaganda.