Philadelphia Inquirer Sued by Crash Proof Retirement



PHILADELPHIA – Phil Cannella and Crash Proof Retirement announced that Philadelphia icon Richard Sprague has decided to represent them as plaintiffs against the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Mr. Sprague is well known for taking and winning cases that involve defamation against good, quality businesses.

Among many others, Mr. Sprague has represented famed trial lawyer F. Lee Bailey, former Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson, and ironically two co-owners of the Philadelphia Inquirer: the late Lewis Katz, and Gerry Lenfest.

Historically, Mr. Sprague has a great track record for cases against the Inquirer.

Retirement Media, Inc. will be reporting updates as they happen, however, at this time, all questions and comments should be directed to Sprague and Sprague.