People want to be healthy, but do not want to take any individual responsibility for their own health. Despite overwhelming evidence that lifestyle (weight, exercise, smoking, and drinking) have the biggest impact on medical quality of life, people want a pill or a plan or an operation to make them healthy. And when those do not work, they look for someone to blame. Attorneys advertise on TV that they are eager to help you find fault, and who better to blame than your physician? Look at all the money physicians make from unnecessary procedures and all the insurance fraud, and they make all kinds of mistakes all the time, or so the media leads us to believe. As the repair shop owner, suppose that, despite how you fixed a person’s car, and knowing that most of the problem was how they drive it, you could be sued for millions of dollars if they did not like the way it drove after you fixed it? In court, the jury would be, not auto mechanics, but other drivers who would feel sorry for the customer for not having the exact driving experience they wanted.