More Civil Wrongs: Personal Injury Litigation, 1901-1910

American Journal of Legal History, Vol. 34, p. 295, July 1990

20 Pages Posted: 2 Apr 2010 Last revised: 6 Aug 2020

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Lawrence M. Friedman

Stanford University - School of Law

Thomas D. Russell

University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Date Written: July 1, 1990

Abstract

This article presents empirical data concerning trial-court, tort litigation in Alameda County, California from 1901-1910. The data analyze the entire universe of trial-court litigation during this decade and are NOT a sample.

Keywords: Torts, Litigation, Streetcars, Empirical, Empiricism, Hurst, Trial Courts, Archival, Streetcars, Trolleys, Rail, Personal Injury, Lawyers, Courts, Oakland, Berkeley, Ambulance chasing, damages, settlement, verdict, jury, risk, danger, automobiles,

Suggested Citation

Friedman, Lawrence M. and Russell, Thomas David, More Civil Wrongs: Personal Injury Litigation, 1901-1910 (July 1, 1990). American Journal of Legal History, Vol. 34, p. 295, July 1990, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1581692

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