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Everyone knows that the automobile accident problem is one of the most important concerns of modem tort law. And most people see major flaws in the way tort law is meeting that problem. For thirty years or more, only one type of comprehensive solution has been offered--a compulsory compensation scheme roughly analogous to workmen's compensation--though there have been some half-way measures. The comprehensive solution has found no takers in this country, and the half-way measures have brought less than half-way relief. The accident toll goes on apace, and the compensation of victims may well be as inadequate as it was in the early thirties.
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Book Review: “Full Aid” Insurance for the Traffic Victim, 43 Cal. L. Rev. 559 (1955)