New Appleman Law of Liability Insurance 2nd ed 5 Vols Rel 117/Dec 2017
Price: 495.00 USD
2017. New Appleman Law of Liability Insurance, Second Edition. LexisNexis. 5 Volumes. Looseleaf format. Current through Release 117/December 2017. Ex-private law firm library with location labels at foot of spines, else very good. Publisher's Price USD 5,549. Special $495. * Provides fast, reliable answers to questions on coverage, conditions and exclusions of liability insurance with all-inclusive coverage. Insurance issues are pivotal in most personal injury actions or claims relating to bodily injury or property damage. This treatise gives you the extensive discussion and analysis necessary to tap "deep pockets" or defend your client in these actions. Chapter by chapter analysis of liability insurance principles, contracts, coverage, exclusions and more will provide all relevant case law issues and current practices. This treatise gives the practitioner complete coverage of this crucial element of successful litigation. Focuses on crucial policy provisions that cases in the text were decided upon, including the latest case developments in all jurisdictions. Insurance issues are analyzed from both insurer's and insured's perspectives to give you that extra advantage when preparing your cases. Explains the terms and phrases essential for a general understanding of liability insurance, and discusses injuries to both persons and property. Includes comprehensive treatment of: The principles of liability insurance, including the formation of policies, interpretation of policy language, and the duties imposed by the policy on both insurer and insured; Specific types of liability insurance policies, including homeowners' policies, general commercial liability policies, and pollution/environmental risk policies (and other types of policies as well); The insurer's duty to defend and settle cases in good faith; Environmental liability, products liability and professional malpractice insurance; Intellectual property and cybersecurity; Contribution, subrogation, uninsured motorist coverage, and no-fault insurance; Chapter appendices provide helpful forms, analysis of the effects of revisions to the standard commercial general liability insurance policy, and new policy provision.