are said to be weary of being diverted from their regular business to become a mere
fighting force in the Courts to prevent the injured or the dependents from getting any
compensation. The long-suffering public is becoming aware that the taxpayers are
compelled to bear the burden of supporting the pitifully great multitude of incapacitated
or rendered dependent because of industrial accident or occupational diseases. Employers
insure their liability, and the poor man has to fight an insurance company, and at present
reform is blocked on the plea that it is unconstitutional. There are difficulties even in
Australia, and to enquire into such difficulties would be good work for women lawyers.