In a book which has already received much comment and surely will receive more, one of America's leading authorities on the law of torts has reviewed the historic development of principles for determining liability and explored the inadequacies of the existing legal system for distributing the enormous losses caused by modern traffic. The conclusion he reaches is that a system of compulsory liability insurance must be substituted for present-day negligence law. He then sets out the basic features of such a system.
Cornelius J. Peck,
Traffic Victims—Tort Law and Insurance, by Leon Green (1958),
34 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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