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“The fellow-servant rule had far-reaching consequences.”
“By that time, more than half the states had abolished the fellow-servant rule, at least for railroads; and the Federal Employers Liability Act of 1908 FELA had done away with the rule for interstate railways.”
“By 1900, as we saw, the fellow-servant rule no longer worked very well.”
“The most famous or infamous new doctrine was the fellow-servant rule.”
“If she was injured on the job, she collected for it, whether the employer was negligent or not.17 The fellow-servant rule was abolished.”
“Assumption of risk developed hand in hand with the fellow-servant rule.”
“On the rise of the fellow-servant rule, see Lawrence M. Friedman and Jack Ladinsky, “Social Change and the Law of Industrial Accidents,” 67 Columbia L.”
“The fellow-servant rule, said the court and accurately, had been “sustained by the almost unanimous judgments of all the courts both of England and this country … an unbroken current of judicial opinion.””
“Tort law, thanks in good measure to the fellow-servant rule, was almost useless to these workmen and their families.”
“In a crossing accident, or an accident in a textile mill, if anyone was negligent, it was most likely a fellow-servant.”
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