In American Motorcycle v. Superior Court, the California Supreme Court failed to extend the "pure" system of comparative negligence to multiple tortfeasor cases. California's system of comparative negligence remains "pure" only from a plaintiff's point of view. This Comment discusses how liability could, and why liability should, remain in proportion to fault among all parties in any negligence case.
J. A. Sarancik,
Comparative Fault and Settlement in Joint Tortfeasor Cases: A Plea for Principle over Policy,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol16/iss4/7