Actually that is not necessarily correct. It is very difficult to get someone declared a vexatious litigant, and the same suit can be filed in different courts in different jurisdictions.
Corporations in particular will sue selected resistors to the end pour décourager les autres.
It’s a black swan event; probability low, downside catastrophic. Having been on the end of winning a case where the loser simply refused to pay costs and eventually managed to emigrate outside of jurisdiction, I know about this. And in the US, winners usually do not get costs.