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California Insurance Law Dictionary and Desk Reference, 2021 ed. (The Expert Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2021
Service #: 13518086
Sub #: 13518085
Pages: 6728
Shelf Space: 7 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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California Insurance Law Dictionary and Desk Reference, 2021 ed. (The Expert Series)

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California Insurance Law Dictionary and Desk Reference contains references to the California courts' judicial interpretations of third-party liability and first-party property insurance terms. Bruce Cornblum, a recognized legal scholar who has practiced law in California for more than 37 years specializing in insurance coverage and personal injury, is the author of this dictionary.

Approximately 6,000 judicial and statutory citations give understanding and meaning for attorney practitioners, judges, legislators, and legal instructors regarding:

    • Insurance terms

    • Concepts

    • Theories

    • Court practices

    • Procedures

    • Discovery

    • Rules of evidence

    • Arbitration

    • Appraisal proceedings

    • Rules on appeal

You'll find a table of cases and statutes, an index, and cross-references.