LexisNexis Practice Guide New Jersey Insurance Litigation explains how to analyze, resolve, and/or litigate the issues that can arise at every stage of an insurance coverage dispute. This portable, practical, task-oriented guidebook to the various types of insurance provides comprehensive, authoritative coverage for the practitioner on the following key topics: ac Introduction to Insurance ac Common Approaches to Coverage and Coverage Litigation ac Personal Lines ac Commercial Lines: Commercial General Liability Policies ac Commercial Lines: Worker's Compensation, First Party, Employee Fidelity, Environmental and Additional Insured Coverage ac Professional Lines ac Life, Health and Disability Insurance ac Denials and Limitations of Insurance Coverage ac Extracontractual Liability ac Excess, Umbrella and Surplus Lines Insurance ac Rehabilitation, Liquidation and Guarantee Funds Distilling over 20 years of experience from two distinguished New Jersey insurance law practitioners, the LexisNexis Practice Guide New Jersey Insurance Litigation is a reliable roadmap through the complex and multi-faceted practice area of insurance law that combines how-to practice guidance, 49 task-oriented checklists, 120 strategic points, warnings, and cross-references to statutory, case, timing tips to prevent practice missteps, and cross-references to specific state and federal legislation, caselaw, and sources detailing the features of, and requirements for, insurance coverage in New Jersey.The property is not impaired if it can be restored to use by the repair, replacement , adjustment or removal of the insureda#39;s ... In Ohio Cas., the insured contractor was hired to repaint an existing in-ground swimming pool at a private residence.
|Title||:||LexisNexis Practice Guide New Jersey Insurance Litigation, 2012 Edition|
|Author||:||Robert B. Hille, Mark R. Vespole|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2011-11-23|