The government gives corporations a tort-liability shield. This is a special perk given by the government which allows people who hold stock in a company to escape liability they would otherwise have been jointly and severally liable for. Traditionally, partners in a company are always held jointly and severally liable for the torts of their partners, even if they had no involvement in them. This means that their personal assets of the partner who wasn't directly responsible for the tort can still be seized to compensate a victim, up to 100% of the injury. But in a corporation, the government steps in and deprives that victim of their rights to seek compensation from the partners in a corporation. Thus victims of the torts have their rights taken away by the coercive protection arrangement between stockholders and the government.
Next time somebody says that the rich don't get more from the government, just remind them how many law suits those wealthy people have evaded thanks to government-back tort-liability shields. Anybody who has ever owned stock in a corporation has personally had their pocketbooks protected by the government.