New Appleman Insurance Bad Faith Litigation
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The Second Edition of New Appleman Insurance Bad Faith Litigation was reorganized to follow the work flow of insurance attorneys. The treatise starts with the history of bad faith litigation and guides the user through first party bad faith pleadings and preemption of bad faith and ends with strategic and tactical considerations including discovery, motions, bifurcation, and jury instructions. The second edition includes updated forms, pleadings and sample jury instructions. The content of each chapter is also reorganized to quickly get inexperienced and experienced users alike to the correct information. An introductory scope section was added at the beginning of each chapter to give users a quick overview of each chapter. We have also created descriptive section headings for each chapter to make it easy to scan chapters and find the essential information you need. The footnotes highlight the jurisdiction of each case for easy reference. The Second Edition is also integrated with the Lexis electronic database providing search queries and strategies to find the most current cases on-point along with cross-references and links to other analytical materials such as checklists.
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Table of contents
Understanding Bad Faith Litigation
Liability Coverages: Duty to Settle
Liability Coverages: Duty to Defend
Settling Without Insurer's Consent
Insurer's Duties Under First-Party Insurance Policies
Specific Applications of First-Party Bad Faith
Parties to Bad Faith Litigation
Defenses to Bad Faith Claims
Compensatory Damages in Bad Faith Litigation
Legislative Approaches to Bad Faith Litigation
Punitive Damages in Bad Faith Litigation
Interviewing Plaintiff In Bad Faith Litigation
Pleadings from Liability and First-Party Insurance Policies