Tort Law and the Public Interest: Competition, Innovation, and Consumer Welfare

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Index
Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC), 202-3
acid rain, 96
Adams, E. K., 217
advertising, 19
agricultural products, 242, 244
A. H. Robbins, 257
AIG, 132
all terrain vehicles (ATVs), 253
American Bar Association (ABA), 72, 79n, 254
American Law Institute (ALI), 157, 168
American Medical Association (AMA), 181, 193
amniocentesis, 220, 226
asbestos, 24, 42n, 106, 107, 253
Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), 254, 255
assumption of risk, doctrine of, 99
Auscheins Beweis, 239
Australia, 25
automobile accidents, 23, 30, 81, 234-35
automobile insurance, 79n, 299n, 300n
loss reductions in, 274, 280-81
personal liability premium total of, 49
premiums for, 286-87
rate regulation of, 74-76
automobile safety, 81, 88, 96, 102n, 107, 124, 139, 234-35
aviation accidents, 31, 134, 145, 260
balance billing, 189, 190
Barker test for defect, 109
Bendectin, 24, 42n, 112, 145
Best's Aggregates and Averages, 48, 49, 56, 58, 59n, 293
Best's Review, 293
Bismarck, Prince Otto von, 28
Blackmon, Glenn, 32, 40, 272-300
Blitch, C., 223
Blue Shield, 189
Bowers, W., 223
Bradley v. Boston and Maine Railroad, 90
Brookings Institution, 150n
Burghardt, G., 225
Bush, George, 247
Business Roundtable, 250
caesarian births, 220, 226-27
California, 19
medical malpractice study in, 137, 177, 183, 231
Proposition 103 in, 28, 74-76
California Supreme Court, 75, 109, 223
Canada, medical malpractice liability in, 25, 35, 205, 206, 207-18, 219-20, 222, 231-32
Canadian Medical Protection Association (CMPA), 207, 210, 211, 212, 232, 236n
captive insurers, 156

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