As usual, there were about forty reported Torts cases this year. There were no striking new developments. Many of the cases were merely routine, some of them indeed carrying quite long opinions without deciding anything which will give them real value as precedents for the future. The great majority of the cases involved actions for negligence, considerably more than half the cases being concerned with traffic accidents.
John W. Wade,
Torts -- 1960 Tennessee Survey,
13 Vanderbilt Law Review
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