Studies and Reports

TTLA has compiled an archive of studies and reports relevant to your practice. Topics range from Asbestos to Workplace Safety, and everything in-between. This section is continually updated with the latest information, so check back frequently for updates.

 

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Arbitration

Amicus Briefs 

Asbestos

Case Filings

Environmental

Financial

Healthcare

Insurance

Judiciary

Medical Malpractice/
Healthcare


Premises Safety Issues

Products

Tort/ Civil Justice

Transportation

Workplace Safety

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Consumer Federation of America:
Good Drivers Pay More for Basic Auto Insurance If They Rent Rather Than Own Their Home
 
February 8, 2016 
Around the Nation, Most Major Auto Insurers Penalize Renters Despite Perfect Driving Records

Center for Justice & Democracy
Spotlight: 75% of Tort Judgments Are Less Than $12,200 
FEBRUARY 4, 2016
In its most recent study, NCSC found that, “[w]ith rare exceptions, the monetary value of cases disposed in state courts is quite modest.” Seventy-five percent of tort judgments examined were less than $12,200.

Federal Chemical Safety Board Report: Not Enough Done Since West Explosion, Jan 28, 2015

Center for Justice & Democracy:
The New Patient Compensation System–Government Harming Patients

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2016
Detailed critique of a new proposal that would do away with judges and juries in medical malpractice cases, replaced by a new, centralized government agency called the Patient Compensation System. Political appointees and government bureaucrats representing the powerful medical and business establishments would make all liability and compensation decisions.

Center for Justice & Democracy: Briefing Book: Medical Malpractice By the Numbers
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015
All the latest statistics about medical malpractice litigation, cost, access to doctors, insurance, and patient safety.