This Article addresses the fundamental and age-old question of defining harm in tort law. It follows the case of the trapped Chilean miners, among others. It challenges, in a comparative view, the common notion that no compensation will be awarded for tortious conduct that produces no actual loss or damages because pure risks that have not yet materialized are not considered a harm.
"I'm not Half the Man I Used to Be:[closesmartdoublequote] Exposure to Risk without Bodily Harm in Anglo-American and Israeli Law,
Emory L. J.
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