University of Pittsburgh Law Review
This note proposes a reconsideration of the soundness of the theories relied upon by the courts m denying the right of a wife to sue for loss of consortium caused by defendant's negligent conduct toward the husband. While there may be other solutions to the problems involved in actions concerning marital rights, it is intended here only to emphasize the consistently poor reasoning prevalent m the courts today upon which they base their dental to the wife.
12 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 245 (1950)