INSURANCE: No-Fault Catches Fire

AFTER years of inconclusive talk, no-fault automobile insurance has suddenly been whiplashed into a matter of national debate. Last year only Massachusetts had a law enabling auto-accident victims to collect payment for personal injuries without having to establish who was to blame. Florida adopted a no-fault plan this year, and an Illinois no-fault law is presently before the courts. Legislators in at least 25 other states, including New York, New Jersey, Virginia and California, are expected to consider their own versions during 1972 sessions. There is perhaps an even chance that...

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