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Excess Liability: Rights and Duties of Commercial Risk Insureds and Insurers, 4th, 2021 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2021
Service #: 13973263
Sub #: 13973262
Pages: 2342
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication Frequency: Varies
Update format: Varies

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Excess Liability provides an overview of the fast-changing field of excess liability. It covers the rights and duties of commercial risk insureds and insurers and is written for both plaintiff and defendant. This title offers nonbiased commentary and insights into issues such as rights and duties, conflict of interests, waiver and estoppel, wrongful refusal to defend, responsibility for excess verdicts, insurer's duty to settle or right to deny, negligence rules and checklists, bad faith and punitive damages in workers' compensation cases, policy wording to determine the duty of an excess insurer, and uninsured motorists' claims. It also:

    Explains insurer and insured responsibilities and duties to each other
  • Discusses exposure for extra-contractual liability
  • Provides risk management strategies for commercial companies, governmental bodies, and charitable, not-for-profit, and educational institutions
  • Examines layering and stacking of excess coverage