Those in the legal profession have an innate sense of when something that starts out minor could develop into an issue. As soon as that happens, lawyer-mode switches on. But most of the general public don’t have the ability to determine if a seemingly small accident or injury could become a court matter, so may end up implicating themselves unknowingly. Humans tend to apologise unnecessarily or accept blame in certain situations to smooth things over anyway. But how important is it to get people to think like a lawyer and not say sorry when an incident looks like it may occur?
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