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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Insurance Litigation

LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Insurance Litigation provides a comprehensive understanding of the statutory, case, and regulatory framework of Georgia insurance law and the process of litigating insurance actions. Chapters contain analytical discussions and practice tips by experienced insurance litigators in Georgia.
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2018-2019 Edition
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This publication provides practical, step-by-step guidance on all phases of insurance litigation in Georgia courts, and arranged by the most common topics.

Key features and benefits:
• Practice guidance and tips from Georgia practitioners-- user benefits from real world practical experience, tailored specifically to insurance litigation in Georgia state courts.
• Georgia statutes, rules, cases, and as appropriate.
• Provides guidance on current practical issues in trial procedure, including such topics as:
- the formation, renewal and cancellation of insurance policies
- liability insurers' duty to defend;
- excess and umbrella policies;
- regulation of insurers.

LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Insurance Litigation is written by John C. Bonnie and Stephen J. Rapp of Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn, & Dial, LLC of Atlanta, Georgia whose firm has a proven record of success on behalf of insurers in complex insurance coverage cases and has handled insurance coverage claims in more than 30 states.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Introduction to Insurance
Ch. 2 Formation, Renewal, and Cancellation of Insurance Policies
Ch. 3 Liability Insurer's Duty to Defend
Ch. 4 Duties of Insureds
Ch. 5 Extra-Contractual Liability
Ch. 6 Claims Implicating Multiple Insurers
Ch. 7 Excess and Umbrella Policies
Ch. 8 Coverage and Bad Faith Litigation
Ch. 9 Automobile Insurance Litigation
Ch. 10 Application and Remedies for Misrepresentation
Ch. 11 Insurance Regulation
Index