Insurance Law: An Introduction

Edited by Robert Merkin

© 2007 – Informa Law from Routledge

398 pages

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Hardback: 9781843116776
pub: 2007-07-01
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About the Book

Insurance Law – An Introduction is essential reading and will provide you with a thorough understanding of all the main areas including motor, property, financial and marine insurance. The book contains the latest case law and best practice with reference to problem areas including fraudulent claims, third party rights against insurers and construing insurance terms. Comprehensive guidance on all key areas from the duty of utmost good faith to choice of law and jurisdictional issues is given by the leading legal experts in the insurance industry.

Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to Insurance and Insurance Law 2. Utmost Good Faith 3. Terms of Insurance Agreements 4. Measure of Indemnity 5. Claims 6. Subrogation, Contribution and Reinstatement 7. Marine Insurance 8. Property and Financial Insurance 9. Motor and Other Liability Insurance 10. Choice of Law and Jurisdictional Issues

About the Editor

Professor Robert Merkin is Lloyd’s Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Exeter, a consultant to Norton Rose and has written widely on all aspects of arbitration law and insurance law

About the Series

Practical Insurance Guides

The practical titles in this series provide insurance professionals and legal practitioners with a range of manuals for day-to-day use on key aspects of the insurance industry including insurance, reinsurance and insurance fraud. Our authors have extensive experience in the sector, and are considered experts in the field.

Our guides contain useful case studies and applied examples, and are intended to assist industry professionals as well as students and practitioners of insurance law.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
LAW000000
LAW / General
LAW049000
LAW / Insurance