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Insurance Claims and Issues includes selected postings from the author's two highly acclaimed blogs, the Insurance Claims and Issues blog and the Insurance Claims Bad Faith Law blog, providing readers with discussions of leading-edge issues that have been published in those blogs in recent years and to the present.
The result is a collection of insurance topics that reflect the day-to-day conversations about legal issues, but organized topically to make the conversations accessible for practicing attorneys dealing with particular issues in their practice. These topics focus on the standard forms of insurance, like fire and flood insurance, property and title insurance, earthquake and mortgage insurance, as well as credit default swaps and cybersecurity insurance. They also include prominent types of injuries, like advertising injury, property damage, and personal injury. The author also discusses special issues, like efficient proximate cause, ensuing loss, condominiums, and foreclosures. In addition to these traditional issues, the author explores the insurance aspects of many topics in the news, such as "terrorism risk insurance" for government shutdowns, coverages that may or may not be available to the temporary-help employers of mass murderers, and the effects of Russian oil drilling in the Arctic on insurance coverage.
The author will update this publication annually, to fold in new issues and topics that arise in the coming year, so that Insurance Claims and Issues becomes a barometer of leading-edge issues that all insurance law attorneys should be aware of in their practice. As an insurance law practitioner, this is one resource that deserves a prominent place on your shelf.