Tort Law

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History

 

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Angela M

 

Date added:

January 17, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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19 / 5103

 

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Tort law is, of course, constantly evolving; everyday in courts across the country, judges, attorneys and jurors are making and reshaping the law. Despite efforts for reform, one still cannot overlook the nature of modern torts and fail to see a convoluted system of rules and laws that has seized the efficiency, fairness and original purpose of tort law...
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Skyrocketing insurance claims, fraud and collusion, continually evolving definitions of harm and offense, changing societal standards of "reasonableness," and evolving forms of technology in the face of tradition all compel one to critique the Law of Torts from a much more critical point of view. The overall purpose of tort law has always been to compensate plaintiffs for unreasonable harm which they have sustained1...
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