About the Book
This book covers the full spectrum of liability insurance issues, including automobile, uninsured and underinsured motorist, homeowner’s, and commercial general liability insurance. More than 1,300 cases are cited throughout the book. The author discusses important, precedential, and controversial decisions, including Darner Motor Sales, Helme, Calvert, and Van Nguyen. Where the Arizona courts have not yet considered an issue, the trend in the courts of other states is provided. Throughout the book, the author has provided factual background information on pertinent cases that illustrate important legal issues and the reasoning behind the court’s decisions.
In addition, the author includes helpful commentary, such as hypotheticals illustrating how to maximize benefits for your client where multiple coverages and multiple policies are available.
About 2006 Cumulative Supplement
The 426-page cumulative supplement covers the full spectrum of liability insurance issues which were covered in the original treatise. Particular focus in the new supplement is upon the evolution of Morris and Damron line of cases and developments in the law focusing upon insurance bad faith. The cumulative supplement adds new sections regarding significant legal issues that have arisen since the original publication in the areas of automobile, uninsured and underinsured motorist, homeowners and commercial liability insurance.
- Interpreting the Insurance Contract: Rules of Construction
- Insurance Policy Duties
- Multiple Coverage Issues
- Litigation Issues
- Bad Faith
- Automobile Policies
- Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage
- Commercial General Liability Policies
- Homeowner’s Policies
- Intentional Misconduct
- Miscellaneous Insurance Issues
- Table of Authorities and Subject Index
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