Rocket lawyers are increasingly using personal injury claims in the US to fight lawsuits, a new report says.
The report, written by law firm Pepper Hamilton and published by Recode, found that more than half of the cases brought by rocket lawyers in the first half of 2017 were for rocket injuries.
That compares to roughly half of cases in 2016.
The rocket industry is booming, with companies making rockets that are used by astronauts, scientists and researchers to test technology.
It’s a lucrative industry, and there’s a growing trend for lawyers to file lawsuits to collect payments.
But Pepper Hamilton said rocket lawyers often fail to disclose the nature of the claims, and the nature and amount of money being sought can vary depending on the size of the claim.
It also noted that the number of claims filed by rocket lawyer firms decreased during the first nine months of 2017, but rose during the next six months.
In the first six months of this year, there were just 14 lawsuits filed by law firms against rocket companies, according to the report.
More than half (52%) of the lawsuits filed in the second half of this past year were for “personal injury” injuries, including “minor injuries to the body and property.”
The rockets have gotten cheaper and more reliable in recent years.
In the past two years, the price of a SpaceX rocket rocket rocket has fallen by more than 90%.
The rocket technology is now used in spacecraft that can travel to other planets.
The rocket is also used for military surveillance and reconnaissance missions, and is used in rocket rockets for space shuttles and spacecraft to space stations.
Rocket lawyers have also increasingly filed lawsuits to protect their companies from competitors.
In 2017, a law firm representing companies building and launching rockets and other space vehicles filed a lawsuit against a company that makes rocket motors.
The law firm also sued a company for “defrauding consumers.”