Insurance Law, Anderson on Wisconsin
1646+ pp.; 7th ed. 2014-15
(Includes 2016 -17 Supplement)
Beginning with the 2014-15 (7th edition), Wisconsin Insurance Law was retitled to Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law, after the late Attorney Arnold Anderson, one of the most widely recognized and respected authorities on the subject of insurance law in Wisconsin, and creator and author of the six editions of Wisconsin Insurance Law preceding this release.
Get the definitive source on insurance law in Wisconsin
Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law delivers concise explanations of cases and court decisions that affect how insurance policies are written, interpreted, and applied in Wisconsin. Written by the late Arnie Anderson, one of the state’s most respected insurance litigators, Insurance Law has been the “go-to” resource for the insurance industry, insurance lawyers, and the courts for more than 30 years, and continues to be the current, authoritative resource for Wisconsin practitioners.
Making the complex understandable
While every decade seems to generate new forms of insurance litigation, the primary purpose of this book remains the same: to provide a tool to help foster professional understanding of insurance coverage issues. Insurance Law points you right to the most recent decisions that are critical for interpreting and applying current insurance law.
The 2016-17 supplement reflects key legal developments since publication of the 2014-15 revision, including:
- A Seventh Circuit opinion on whether filing a certificate of insurance with the Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation is the same thing as delivering an insurance policy to an insured in Wisconsin
- A change to the statute of limitation for UIM claims for accidents
- A Wisconsin Court of Appeals decision on when a pollution exclusion should not apply
- A Wisconsin Court of Appeals case discussing if an insurer can disregard information uncovered during litigation when moving for a declaration of no coverage
- A 2016 federal district court decision on when a bad-faith tort claim falls outside the scope of an arbitration clause
- A U.S. District Court of the Western District of Wisconsin discussion on when an insurer must prove prejudice
Summary of contents
1. Interpretation of Insurance Contracts
2. Automobile Liability Insurance
3. Uninsured Motorist Insurance
4. Underinsured Motorist Insurance
5. General Liability Policies
6. Fire and Property Insurance
7. Insurance Companies’ Duty to Defend
8. Insurance Companies’ Investigation and Handling of Third-party Claims
9. First-party Claims Against Insurance Companies
11. Responsibilities of Insurance Companies
12. Responsibilities of Insureds
13. Responsibilities of Insurance Agents
Enhance your insurance law research
Chances are good you’ll be dealing with insurance issues in the course of your practice – don’t be unprepared. Have the answers at your fingertips with the latest edition of Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law.
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