"No-fault" is the leading alternative to traditional liability systems for resolving medically caused injuries, and policy interest in such reform reflects numerous concerns with the traditional tort system as it operates in the medical field through malpractice insurance. The administrative experience of the Florida and Virginia no-fault programs is examined.
Randall R. Bovbjerg et al.,
Administrative Performance of “No-Fault” Compensation for Medical Injury,
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