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Insurance Case Finder
Frequently Asked Questions
Insurance Case Finder is a web-based application consisting of a large database
of insurance coverage written case summaries and with a unique search engine that
will make insurance caselaw research much simpler and faster.
The Case Finder helps all insurance professionals find relevant case
authority law to support an insurance claim, justify enhanced coverage
enhancements, and or resolve insurance coverage disputes. Attorneys doing
insurance coverage work will appreciate how fast and easy it is to find
relevant caselaw with the application.
But you don't need to be a lawyer to use it. Court cases are organized
by type of insurance policy, type of policy provision, and coverage issue,
so that anyone with a basic understanding of the insurance industry can
easily locate the information they he or she needs.
CGL Reporter identifies the most important CGL related coverage
decisions handed down each year in key states, and provides concise
and insightful commentary on each case and its implications.
coverage litigation experts (members of the ABA's Tort Trial &
Insurance Practice Section) summarize the most important recent cases,
from the appellate level or higher, in their respective areas of
Whether the litigation focuses on additional insured or
intellectual property issues, you have the insight of the nation's best
coverage attorneys at your fingertips.
Insurance Law Reporter
Insurance Law Reporter announces the latest case summaries added to
CGL Reporter and Insurance Case Finder. Written by CGL Reporter
Executive Editor Jill Berkeley, Insurance Law Reporter not only lists
the newest cases provided by the members of the CGL Reporter Executive
Board (all members of the American Bar Association’s Insurance Coverage
Litigation Committee), but explains why they are relevant to our
Canadian Coverage Caselaw
Written by experienced, practicing
Canadian coverage attorneys, this is the best source for important Canadian
insurance coverage court decisions. Complete with articles relating to
the Canadian legal system and other relevant issues, this resource will
help you keep up with what's new and important in Canada.
This library is a PDF collection of slip opinions that have been
selected by the IRMI research analysts as being particularly important to
the insurance industry. The cases can be used for general coverage
analysis, drafting manuscript policy language, analyzing exposures, and
resolving specific coverage disputes.
Fundamentals of Insurance Law
A comprehensive, 150-page overview of legal principles for risk and
insurance professionals. Fundamentals of Insurance Law has 13 chapters
addressing topics such as: insurance regulation, characteristics of
contracts, the anatomy of an insurance policy, property law, legal
liability, the legal environment for underwriting and claims adjusting,
and consumer laws affecting insurance.
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