Automobile Insurance Subrogation: In All 50 States is the most thorough, comprehensive, and ambitious anthology of subrogation-related legal information and insurance resources ever put to paper. It is the last and most anticipated of the subrogation trilogy, and a book which will serve as the abiblea for any insurance company writing personal lines or commercial auto policies. It is destined to become the standard work and reference for attorneys, insurance companies, and subrogation industry professionals. Every year there are more than 7 million auto accidents in the United States with a financial toll of more than $300 billion. Nearly 3 million people are injured and 42, 636 people are killed. In the overwhelming majority of these accidents there is at least one party at fault. For virtually every one of these accidents, a policy of automobile insurance provides some sort of claim payments or benefits. In the vast majority of those claims, one or more insurance policies and/or applicable state law grants the insurer a right of subrogation against a negligent third party whose carelessness caused the accident. This book is the bible on subrogating those claims. This book covers the nuts and bolts of auto subrogation in all 50 states, covering every topic imaginable -- including PIP, Med Pay, UM/UIM, property claims, deductible reimbursement, no-fault subrogation and more. It surveys the laws of every state and provides descriptions of every type of auto coverage imaginable, as well as the statutory, case law, and regulatory authority governing every aspect of auto subrogation. If you have subrogation responsibility involving auto claims, you need this book. It universally covers issues which are indelibly interwoven into the business of auto insurance, including a complete treatment of the laws of all 50 states and the District of Columbia relating to: ac Basic and Statutory Subrogation Rights ac Mandatory vs. Optional Insurance Coverage ac No-Fault Laws, PIP, Mini-Torts, and Loss Transfer Laws ac Tort Limitations ac Medical Payments Coverage and Subrogation ac Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage and Subrogation ac Collision/Property Subrogation ac Release of Tortfeasor by Insured ac Accord and Satisfaction: Accepting Partial Payments from Tortfeasor ac Made Whole Doctrine ac Common Fund Doctrine ac Economic Loss Doctrine ac Deductible Recovery and Reimbursement ac Collateral Source Rule ac Contributory Negligence/Comparative Fault ac Seat Belt Laws and Defenses ac Rental Cars, Loaner Vehicles, and Test Drivers ac Bailment/Parking Lot Liability ac Negligent Entrustment ac Facing Multiple Claims In Excess of Liability Policy Limits ac Conflict of Laws/Interstate Subrogation ac Recovery of Attorneyas Fees and Costs ac Statutes of Limitations It is a complete treatment -- A to Z -- of virtually every issue which the insurance claims or subrogation professional will face in the area of automobile insurance. It is like no legal treatise ever written and promises to be the most used reference in any insurance company.... such as leaving the vehicle with a parking attendant or turning it over to a repair shop, only to have the vehicle stolen, destroyed, ... The bailee must also prove that it exercised that degree of care necessary to safely keep and safeguard the bailed property ... Lose, 218 N.E.2d 442, 444 (Ohio 1966). 1318 W. Res. L. Rev. 170 (1957). 132 Spivey v. 3-73 SUBROGATING MEDICAL AND PROPERTY As 3.15.
|Title||:||Automobile Insurance Subrogation in All 50 States - Second Edition|
|Author||:||Gary L. Wickert|
|Publisher||:||Juris Publishing, Inc. - 2014-11-01|