Inequality of Luck: Accident Compensation in New Zealand and Australia
The romance and liberating effects of the rise of the modern transport and industrial systems have attracted more attention than how accident victims, and their dependents, coped. Every modern society has a system of dealing with "blood on the bitumen"and
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