I see around 250 lawyers in Pakistan have blitzed a hospital and beaten up the staff, after the treatment of the mother of one of them was questioned.

Do lawyers themselves never need hospital intervention? I think all 250 of them have just shorted their expected lifespan and their continued good health by a significant margin.

It doesn't really work the other way round, they ought to know that. No lawyer ever did anything useful for a client in the history of the profession, they just sit there, offer random advice and charge exorbitant fees. Doctors, nurses and restaurant waiters on the other hand should never be trifled with.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-50757383