3 edition of Tort law, no-fault and beyond found in the catalog.
Tort law, no-fault and beyond
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Jeffrey O"Connell and Roger C. Henderson.|
|Contributions||O"Connell, Jeffrey., Henderson, Roger C.|
|LC Classifications||KF1249 .T67 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 327, 14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||75042833|
A no-fault regime has been increasingly seen by many as a preferred alternative to the tort system. This view is driven by perceived deficiencies in the tort system itself, rising liability insurance premiums and a belief that harmed patients are not adequately compensated. This single-volume hornbook provides a comprehensive overview of tort and injury law. The book covers all of the major topics in tort law. Topics include liability for physical injuries, as well as emotional, dignitary, and economic : Andrew Christensen.
(i); O'Connell and Henderson Tort Law, No-Fault and Beyond (); O'Connell Ending Insult to Injury: No Fault Insurance for Products and Services ('). i These ideas have been developed in a series of articles. See Transferring injured victims' tort rights to no-fault insurers: New 'sole remedy' approaches to liability. York Times Notable Book for He has taught torts for fifteen years at Yale, Columbia, and Harvard. Professor Witt’s previous writings includes the prizewinning book, The Accidental Republic: Crippled Workingmen, Destitute Widows, and the Remaking of American Law. The interaction between tort law and liability insurance is a complex problem that is difficult to deal with. This article provides a broad overview by distinguishing two approaches or models of the tort/insurance interface. One is the Deterrence Model in which tort law takes the leading role, whereas insurance is an auxiliary, and at times problematic, by:
Tort is a branch of private law. The other main branches are contract, property, and restitution (sometimes known as unjust enrichment). Section 1 offers a brief overview of tort law and tort theory. Section 2 discusses economic analysis, which is the historically dominant tort theory and the primary foil for philosophical perspectives on tort law. Professor Jeffrey O'Connell has written seven books in eight years on no-fault insurance.' The latest, Ending Insult to Injury, proposes a system of no- J. O'CONNELL & R. HENDERSON, TORT LAW, No-FAULT AND BEYOND () [hereinafter cited as TORT LAW]; J. O'CONNELL, ENDING INSULT TO INJURY () [hereinafter cited as ENDING INSULT]. It all Author: Palmer Qc, Sir Geoffrey. Tort law in Australia consists of both common law and, to a lesser extent, legislation.A tort is a civil wrong, other than a breach of contract. Torts may be sued upon by private individuals against other private individuals (or the state) to correct a form of conduct or wrong.
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Henderson, Tort Law, No-Fault and Beyond: Teaching Materials on Compensation for Accidents and Ailments in Modern Society (Bender ) InfoHawk+ Jeffrey O'Connell, Ending Insult to Injury; No-Fault Insurance for Products and Services (University of Illinois Press ).The economics of liability losses – ebook a moving target Tort law serves two main purposes: extend liability beyond the person or corporation that caused the damage to a.