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Children in Tort Law Part II: Children as Victims

  • Editors
  • Miquel Martín-Casals
  • Bertil Bengtsson
  • Willem H. van Boom
  • Melissa Moncada Castillo
  • Laurence Francoz-Terminal
  • Susanna Hirsch
  • Jiří Hrádek
  • Igor V. Kornev
  • Fabien Lafay
  • Miquel Martín-Casals
  • Olivier Moréteau
  • Luca Nocco
  • Ken Oliphant
  • Caroline Pellerin-Rugliano
  • Jordi Ribot
  • Josep Solé Feliu
  • Pieter De Tavernier
  • Maria Manuel Veloso
  • Gerhard Wagner
  • Felix Wieser

Part of the Tort and Insurance Law book series (TIL, volume 18)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. Questionaire

    1. Pages 1-3
  3. Country reports

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 5-5
    2. Susanna Hirsch
      Pages 7-27
    3. Pieter De Tavernier
      Pages 29-44
    4. Jirí Hrádek
      Pages 45-63
    5. Laurence Francoz-Terminal, Fabien Lafay, Olivier Moréteau, Caroline Pellerin-Rugliano
      Pages 89-120
    6. Gerhard Wagner
      Pages 121-142
    7. Giovanni Comandé, Luca Nocco
      Pages 143-173
    8. Willem H. van Boom, Melissa Moncada Castillo
      Pages 175-189
    9. Maria Manuel Veloso
      Pages 191-217
    10. Igor V. Kornev
      Pages 219-224
    11. Miquel Martin- Casals, Jordi Ribot, Josep Solé Feliu
      Pages 225-250
    12. Bertil Bengtsson
      Pages 251-252
  4. Comparative report

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 253-253
    2. Miquel Martín-Casals, Josep Solé Feliu
      Pages 255-283
  5. Final conclusions

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 285-285
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 309-320

About this book

Introduction

Since children are not as capable as adults to perceive the risks involved in many situations of daily life, they are at a high risk of suffering personal injuries, mainly resulting from home, school and traffic accidents. From the tort law perspective, this requires a specific treatment of children as victims. For the last few decades some legal systems have been trying to find new solutions for a better protection of children, while other legal systems still follow more traditional rules. After having tackled the problems concerning the position of children as tortfeasors in a previous book, in this book the same working team deals with the problems related to the position of children as victims. This book analyses both the traditional solutions found in some legal systems and the newer solutions offered by others and devotes specific attention to damage issues, apportionment of damage and insurance problems when the victim is a child.

Keywords

Civil Law Comparative Law Compensation for Damages Insurance Law Tort Law

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