This invaluable set, California Insurance Law and Practice, features: Detailed coverage of formation, regulation, and operation of carriers; life, health and disability insurance; property and liability insurance; agents and brokers
Explanation of how different types of policies are structured and interpreted, and what types of provision endorsements and attachments they commonly contain
Examination of common insurance law problems and considerations Practice tips including practice points, strategic points, warnings, timing considerations, examples, insured's perspectives, and insurer's perspectives Insurance considerations in personal, business and estate planning Appendices setting out official guidelines, illustrative policies and application forms
Analysis of California statutes, case law, and regulations and other administrative materials
Five volumes; first published in 1986.