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The Damages Lottery [Atiyah] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this searching critique, Professor Atiyah shows that the present system of. THE DAMAGES. LOTTERY. P. S. ATI YAH. Formerly Professor of English Patrick Selim Atiyah Stretching the kinds of injury you can claim damages for. The law’s justification for awarding damages in the first case is that the man’s injury damages, Professor Patrick Atiyah shows that this system is in fact a lottery.

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The Damages Lottery

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A child has both legs amputated as a result of meningitis and is awarded nothing. Jon Shephard added it Jan 29, His conclusion is that actions for injury damages should be abolished and replaced with new insurance policies and a no-fault road accident scheme.

This book is also available in other formats: One thing that the general reader may not know and the author cannot explain is his towering status. Szehong marked it as to-read Jul 01, He contends that the public are paying far too much for an unfair and inefficient insurance system and that reform is long overdue. Gareth rated it liked it Jul 24, Brian rated it it was amazing Aug 24, A man slips on a dance floor and breaks his leg.

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A man slips on a dance floor and breaks his leg. It is a short book and very cheap. The Damages Lottery P. Paperbackpages. Refresh and try again.

I recommend it to anyone who is at all interested in its subject matter. The law’s justification for awarding damages in the first case is that the man’s injury was the fault of someone else, while in the second case damages are denied because nobody was at fault.

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His conclusion is that actions for damages for injuries should be abolished and replaced with a new no-fault road accident scheme, and actions for other injuries should be dealt with by individual or group insurance policies. The fact that he has put his authority behind a radical reform of the systemought to encourage profound thought.

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In this searching critique of the present law and practice relating to damages, Professor Patrick Atiyah shows that this system is in fact a lottery. Published May 19th by Hart Publishing first published January 1st Return to Book Page.

By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy. The law’s justification for awarding damages in the first case is that the man’s injury was the fault of someone else, while in the damaged case damages Davies, Tort Law Review.

The law’s justification for awarding damages in the first case is that the man’s injury was the fault of someone else, while in the second case damages are denied because nobody was at fault.