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TORT COST STUDY TO BE RELEASED OCT. 14

 TORT COST STUDY TO BE RELEASED OCT. 14
 A new study -- Tort cost Trends 1992: An International Perspective


-- will be released to the press by Towers Perrin, a leading international management consulting firm, at a luncheon at the "21" Club, 21 West 52nd Street, New York City, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1992. at noon.
 Luncheon speaker will be Robert W. Sturgis, vice president and director of Towers Perrin and a consultant in the firm's Tillinghast risk management and casualty insurance company. Mr. Sturgis, author of the study, is one of the country's leading experts on tort cost trends and how these costs compare to those of other countries and to other U.S. economic indicators. Earlier studies by Mr. Sturgis have been widely quoted by both proponents and opponents of tort reform and he has testified on tort cost trends before the U.C. Congress Joint Economic Committee.
 CONTACT: T.M. Hopkinson and Co. public relations, 212-682-6048.
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