This article examines the relationship between the compensation for and the prevention of hip fractures among the growing population of seniors in Canada. Sarra postulates that the current system expends funds on liability protection that would be better spent on prevention. Options explored are no-fault compensation, redirecting legal resources, negotiated risk, and adjust[ing] the tax base to ensure that there are sufficient resources to support elderly individuals.
"The Disjunction Between Prevention and Compensation of Hip Fractures Among Elderly Citizens: The Law's Role in Creating Ex Ante Incentives,"
Marquette Elder's Advisor: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/elders/vol5/iss2/2