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I. INTRODUCTION
II. THE HISTORY AND POLICY OF RULE 411
III. MORAL HAZARD: MORE THAN A MERE GUESS
A. Moral Hazard: What is it?
B. Empirical Evidence of Moral Hazard
C. Why Moral Hazard Has Not Been Considered
IV. THE RELEVANCE OF MORAL HAZARD
A. Moral Hazard Passes Relevance’s Low Hurdle
B. Applying Moral Hazard
C. Why Moral Hazard Produces Loss
V. CONSIDERING THE PROBATIVE VALUE OF THE MORAL HAZARD INFERENCE
A. Irresponsibility is a Market-Specific Criticism
VI. RECONSIDERING THE PREJUDICIAL EFFECT OF EVIDENCE OF INSURANCE
A. Imagined and Exaggerated Prejudice
B. Even if There Was Prejudice, It is Curable
VII. CONCLUSION
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Livingston - Hazard in the Courtroom

Livingston - Hazard in the Courtroom

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