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Author: John E. Rolph,James K. Hammitt
ISBN: 0833005561
Language: English
Pages: 121 pages
Category: Business
Publisher: Rand Corp (June 1, 1985)
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Automobile accident victims may receive financial compensation from several sources, depending on the rules of their state. Hammitt, James . Automobile Accident Compensation: Volume II: Payments by Auto Insurers, Santa Monica, Calif.

Automobile accident victims may receive financial compensation from several sources, depending on the rules of their state. RAND Corporation, R-3051-ICJ, 1985.

Automobile Accident Compensation: Volume II: Payments by Auto Insurers. John E. Rolph, Sandra Segal Polin, and Robert L. Houchens, Automobile Accident Compensation : Volume IV: State Rules, Santa Monica, Calif. Automobile Accident Compensation: Volume III: Payments From All Sources. This report is part of the RAND Corporation report series. RAND Corporation, R-3053-ICJ, 1985. Rolph, John . James K. Hammitt, Robert L. Houchens, and Sandra Segal Polin, Automobile Accident Compensation: Volume I: Who Pays How Much How Soon?, Santa Monica, Calif. Automobile Accident Compensation : Volume IV: State Rules. RAND Corporation, R-3050-ICJ, 1985.

Automobile Accident Compensation book. Read by John E. Rolph. Automobile Accident Compensation: Payments from All Sources (Rand Corporation//Rand Report). 0833005863 (ISBN13: 9780833005861).

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Find nearly any book by James K Hammitt. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Automobile Accident Compensation: State Rules (Rand Report). ISBN 9780833005571 (978-0-8330-0557-1) Softcover, Rand Corp, 1985. Find signed collectible books: 'Automobile Accident Compensation: State Rules (Rand Report)'.

Auto Bodily Injury Liability claim payments are predominantly negotiated settlements, with less than two percent the . Finally, evidence that insurers are isolating low impact collisions and reducing the compensation through negotiation is explored and quantified.

All settlements consist of a combination of claimed economic loss, called special damages, and a payment for "pain and suffering", called general damages. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

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Marshall School of Business University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089-0809 Off: 213-740-4829. edu Off fax: 213-740-7313. Automobile Accident Compensation IV: State Rules, J. Hammitt, R. Houchens, S. Segal Polin, J. Rolph, R-3053-ICJ, December 1984. Using Statistical Tools, N-2121-PSSP, May 1984, J. Malpractice and the Impaired Physician: A Progress Report, The RAND Corporation, March 1989, J.

Accident Compensation?Volume II: Payments by Auto InsurersSanta Monica. Early analyses of automobile insurance regulation and deregulation efforts have yielded mixed results, in part because of the small number of completed deregulation experiments. Volume I: Who Pays How Much How Soon. Reexamining the Cost Benefits of No-Fault. This analysis focuses on a 30-state sample from 1974 through 1981 and on the experience in 11 deregulated states. Overall, regulation decreases the unit price (.