Assessing the Effects of State Alcohol Exclusion Laws on Alcohol-Related Behaviors and Outcomes

Project: Research project

Project Details


Project Narrative
Alcohol abuse and dependence places a substantial burden on individuals, families, and
society overall; but in the United States, most of those with alcohol problems do not seek
treatment. State laws allowing insurers to exclude injuries caused by alcohol may be one
significant barrier; as a result, some states have repealed such laws, but it is not clear what
effect these repeals have had. The proposed study will assess the effectiveness of the
repeal of these laws on alcohol-related behavior and outcomes, to assess whether intended
or unintended consequences have resulted from the changes.
Effective start/end date9/1/186/30/22


  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: $307,318.00
  • National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: $307,318.00


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