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Download Compensation and Support for Illness and Injury (Oxford Socio-Legal Studies) ePub
  • ISBN 0198275137
  • ISBN13 978-0198275138
  • Language English
  • Author Donald Harris
  • Publisher Oxford University Press (August 30, 1984)
  • Pages 430
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  • Size ePub 1991 kb
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Reporting the findings of a large national survey in the United Kingdom, this study examines different systems of compensation and support for the injured, ill, or congenitally handicapped and their families. The authors assess the roles of government agencies, local authorities, employers, and informal organizations in providing such services as social security, criminal injuries compensation, sick pay, and private insurance. The work will be of interest to lawyers, government officials, social security officers, and all others working with people seeking compensation for accident and injury.

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3 D Harris et al, Compensation and Support for Illness and Injury, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1984. 158 Tort personal injury claims statistics 159 seeking to identify the major factors that may have influenced claims frequency and average claims costs.

Socio-legal studies is now sufficiently well established internationally as a field of. .

Socio-legal studies is now sufficiently well established internationally as a field of enquiry to warrant reflective examination of one of the key elements of such study; the ‘socio’ of the ‘socio-legal’.

This study reports the findings of a large national survey in the United Kingdom. Different systems of compensation and support for the injured, ill or congenitally handicapped and their families are examined. The contributors assess the roles of government agencies, local authorities, employers, and informal organizations in providing such services as social security, criminal injuries compensation, sick pay, and private insurance.

COMPENSATION AND SUPPORT FOR ILLNESS AND INJURY; by D. Harris, M. Maclean, H. Genn, S. Lloyd-Bostock, P. Fenn, P. Corfield, and Y. Brittan. t Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1984. In Compensation and Support, the lawyers and social scientists at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at Oxford have conducted the most. t The authors are all members of the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford.

The discussion describes the new rapprochement between the fields, and outlines a series of foci of active debate. Abstract and Keywords. It then turns to the divisions between socio-legal studies and comparative law.

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Socio-Legal Studies in Context: The Oxford Centre Past and Present. Compensation and Support for Illness and Injury. Published as special issue of the Journal of Law and Society 22: 1-15. Socio-Legal Studies in Context: The Oxford Centre Past and Present. Published as special issue of the Journal of Law and Society 22. Social Policy in Britain. The book attempts to satisfy three distinct objectives: to better inform legal theory of the findings of socio-legal studies, to better inform socio-legal studies of the concerns of legal theory, and, finally, to render both fields more realistic in orientation.