Synopsis by Hal Erickson
It was not for nothing that pioneering parachutist F. Rodman Law was known to one and all as "Daredevil" Law. Even by modern standards, Law's aerial feats of bravery were quite impressive. Evidently, the motion picture industry thought so, too, inasmuch as Law was starred in several multi-reel actioners, including Fighting Death. Unlike his other films, Daredevil Rodman Law was unencumbered by such "necessary evils" as plot and romantic interest. Instead, the film concentrated on his many death-defying leaps from such heights as the Williamsburg Bridge and the 14th story of the Ansonia Hotel. Aiding and abetting "Daredevil" Law was his equally courageous female partner Constance Bennett -- no relation to the film star of the same name.