Tort and Insurance Law, vol. 4B.A. Koch/H. Koziol (eds.)
Compensation for Personal Injury in a Comparative Perspective

Tort and Insurance Law, vol. 4

originally published with Springer (Vienna/New York); now available at Verlag Österreich (Vienna)
501 p. ISBN 978-3-7046-6082-4

Languages: English/German/French

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Dramatic accidents in the recent past have stirred public debate on the availability of compensation for personal harm. This study provides an overview of the law and practice in ten European jurisdictions, each covered by a separate country report. The authors are renowned international tort law experts. After addressing the core concepts of liability, each report presents an in-depth analysis of the various kinds as well as the extent of damages for personal injury and death. A comparative analysis focuses on the major differences and similarities among the various jurisdictions.
Contents and Contributors

Country Reports
B.A. Koch/H. Koziol: Austria
H. Cousy/D. Droshout: Belgium
W.V.H. Rogers: England
C. Radé/L. Bloch: France
U. Magnus: Germany
F.D. Busnelli/G. Comandé: Italy
W.H. van Boom: Netherlands
M. Martín-Casals/J. Ribot/J. Solé Feliu: Spain
B.W. Dufwa: Sweden
R. Brehm: Switzerland

B.A. Koch/H. Koziol: Comparative Report (in English, German and French)