The U.S. experience with no-fault automobile insurance a retrospective /

No-fault automobile-insurance regimes were the culmination of decades of dissatisfaction with the use of the traditional tort system for compensating victims of automobile accidents. They promised quicker, fairer, less-contentious, and, it was hoped, less-expensive resolution of automobile-accident...

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Main Author: Anderson, James M.
Corporate Author: NetLibrary, Inc.
Other Authors: Heaton, Paul, 1978-, Carroll, Stephen J., 1940-
Format: Electronic eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 2010.
Series:Rand Corporation monograph series.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • A primer on tort and no-fault systems
  • A brief history of no-fault
  • The cost of no-fault
  • Why have no-fault regimes been more expensive than anticipated?
  • Conclusion, policy implications, and future developments.