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Flawed Justice: Limitation Of Parental Remedies For The Loss Of Consortium Of Adult Children, William S. Bailey Jan 2004

Flawed Justice: Limitation Of Parental Remedies For The Loss Of Consortium Of Adult Children, William S. Bailey

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This article presents the inherent contradiction between a parent-child relationship that has steadily evolved from the early 20th Century to the present and the multitude of court decisions on damages that remain studiously ignorant of this shift.

Part I of the article will set forth the common law origins of restrictions on recovery for wrongful death within the context of a shifting view of children from economic units to objects of adoration. Part II will examine the devastating impact that the loss of an adult child has on parents both from their perspectives and from now existing research.

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Deshotel V. Atchison, T. & S. F. R. Co. [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter Jul 1958

Deshotel V. Atchison, T. & S. F. R. Co. [Dissent], Jesse W. Carter

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Where the legislature had not changed the common law rule that a wife could not recover for the loss of consortium resulting from her husband's negligent injury, the wife had no claim for such losses against those who caused her husband's injury.