How to Settle tries to exploit the same vein mined in spectacular fashion by Norman F. Dacey, who parlayed deep dissatisfaction with the probate system and popular resentment of lawyers into a runaway best-seller. It would seem, up to this point anyway, that people more readily worry about the inevitability of death and its legal consequences than the possibility of personal injury caused by the legal fault of another. Nonetheless, How to Settle does merit some attention, at least within the confines of a specialized journal and under circumstances unlikely to promote a sales backlash, so that all its shortcomings cannot be said to have passed unnoticed.
57 Geo. L.J. 660-663 (1969) (reviewing Daniel G. Baldyga, How to Settle Your Own Insurance Claim (1968))
Scholarly Commons Citation
Page, Joseph A., "Book Review of Daniel G. Baldyga's: How to Settle Your Own Insurance Claim" (1969). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 1156.