Indiana's medical malpractice tort and insurance reforms were studied. The analysis showed that relatively subtle administrative arrangements for the management of claims at the state level may influence whether claimants are treated fairly by a system that is tightly structured to control claim severity and thus the price and availability of malpractice insurance for providers.
Eleanor D. Kinney & William P. Gronfein,
Indiana’s Malpractice System: No-Fault by Accident?,
54 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol54/iss1/5