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Report No. 51

5. Compensation plans.-

Compensation plans for the victims of road accidents are not new. The first major proposal came as early as 1932, with the Columbia Report in the U.S.A.,1 but, in recent years, as ever-increasing road accidents have made the problem more alive, there has been a marked intensification of proposals. One of the best known proposals is that of Professors Keeton and O'Conne112, bur there are many others. It is not necessary for our purpose to go into these details.

1. Columbia, Study of Compensation for Automobile Accidents, (1932).

2. Keeton and O'Connell Basic Protection for the Traffic Victim: A Blueprint for Reforming Traffic Accidents (1965).



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