Probably because, contra "diversity", they`re similar enough. From where I sit, Hispanics, regardless of national origin, are quick to file fraudulent, groundless or wildly exaggerated lawsuits. I just had to postpone a deposition because the plaintiff has gone back to El Salvador for a while... next week, it`ll be a plaintiff in Guatemala. Apparently, their injuries aren`t so bad that they can`t skip back to Central America for a few weeks here and there.
And, there`s money in it. Juries in many jurisdictions will fork over the cash to these folks, especially when there are fellow Hispanics on the jury.
All of which raises some questions: are lawyers really doing America a favor by marketing to Hispanics, thereby encouraging all the frivolous and costly litigation? Are Hispanics really doing us a favor by pursuing the claims?
The entitlement mentality fueling the lawsuit craze is bad enough when restricted to English-speaking American citizens. But tossing in the ethnic angle only makes it worse.