Victims' Compensation Fund Under Fire

October 2002
Advisor Today;Oct2002, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p70
Trade Publication
Reports on the repeal of the collateral source provision of the September 11th Victims' Compensation Fund and insurance in the U.S. Reduction of compensation awarded to the families of the victims; Pros and cons to the provision; Focus on victims' compensation programs; Implications for policies on insurance.


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