Fundamentals of Insurance Coverage In All 50 States (5th Edition)

Insurance Coverage 5th Ed Book Cover

About the Book

Fundamentals Of Insurance Coverage In All 50 States is a unique compendium and overview of all aspects of insurance coverage law, in every state. The treatise utilizes and cites state and federal statutes, insurance regulations, and case law from every state as a framework for an unique and unprecedented treatment of this confusing and varied body of law. The book is designed specifically for insurance claims handlers and supervisors who have  responsibility for or occasion to deal with coverage issues relating to third-party defense litigation, first-party claims litigation, and/or reservation of rights scenarios. The purpose of this book is to compile all of the relevant law, regulations and case decisions in these areas from all 50 states into one easy to understand and easy to use reference book. While the book intentionally omits reference to federal statutes, regulations or holdings based purely upon federal law, except insofar as they may be necessary to clarify issues of state law, it is a comprehensive treatment of all other aspects of coverage issues which the average claims handler or supervisor might be expected to run across in any given situation.

How to Buy

Published by Juris Publishing, Inc., New York, New York. The publisher has made this book available in hard copy and in an electronic downloadable format, which gives you the option of buying the book as a whole or by chapters. You can purchase this book through our publisher by clicking HERE.

About the Author

Gary L. Wickert
Partner

Gary L. Wickert is an insurance trial lawyer and partner with the law firm of Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Gary has 35 years of litigation experience and is regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on insurance subrogation. He is the author of several subrogation books and legal treatises and a national and international speaker and lecturer on subrogation and motivational topics.

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