San Diego Law Review
This Article, written by three contributors to the Reporters' Study on Enterprise Responsibility for Personal Injury, offers further reflections about specific areas and proposals in the Study that have evoked important questions and comments. It addresses the concern that there are too many lawyers and lawsuits in the United States, and that it is this overpopulation of lawyers that is causing excessive tort litigation. It also addresses high damage awards and insurance premiums, it recommends refining products liability, and recommends organizational responsibility for medical malpractice. This Article is a supplement to the Study, and offers further examination of important issues raised in the Study.
Kenneth S. Abraham, Robert L. Rabin & Paul C. Weiler,
Enterprise Responsibility for Personal Injury: Further Reflections,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol30/iss2/8