Wonder if this fellow specializes in medical malpractice?
Seeing this office sign in CT last weekend reminded me of a 1940s song that I had heard about titled "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief." It was unexpected to see 2 out of those 3 covered here in this NJ signage. (It was across the street from the hotel where we stayed overnight.)
"Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" was a popular song published in 1945, with music by Hoagy Carmichael and lyrics by Paul Francis Webster. The title and lyrics are a play on the popular counting game "Tinker, Tailor."
The biggest-selling version of the song was recorded by Betty Hutton on June 29, 1945 and released by Capitol Records. The recording reached the Billboard magazine charts on December 6, 1945; it lasted 17 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1. And here it is: