California Uninsured Motorist Law
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Cited in over 20 opinions since 1969, and written from the perspectives of both plaintiff and defense, California Uninsured Motorist Law is a practical, well-organized 2-volume reference to the most complete, up-to-date information available on uninsured motorist cases in California. Each chapter discusses the applicable code sections and the case law that interprets them, along with extensive notes and practice comments from the author. Topics covered include:
• Restrictions on coverage
• Hit and run accidents
• Exclusions and statutory exemptions
• Underinsured motor vehicles
• Subrogation Arbitration
• Bad faith
The second volume includes a subject matter index, a table of cases, and a table of statutes.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1. History and Purpose of Uninsured Motorist Law
Chapter 2. Uninsured Motorist Law: Overview
Chapter 3. Waiver, Deletion, and Restrictions on Coverage
Chapter 4. Persons Covered
Chapter 5. Insured Motor Vehicle
Chapter 6. Uninsured Motor Vehicle
Chapter 7. Hit-and-Run
Chapter 8. Uninsured Vehicles: Statutory Exclusions
Chapter 9. Uninsured Coverage: Statutory Exemptions
Chapter 10. Legal Liability
Chapter 11. Underinsured Coverage: Motor Vehicle
Chapter 12. Other Insurance: Excess and Proration: Multi-vehicle Accidents
Chapter 13. Rights, Duties, and Obligations of the Parties
Chapter 14. Subrogation and Recoupment: Personal Injury Coverage
Chapter 15. Reductions From Loss Payable
Chapter 16. Time Limitations
Chapter 17. Property Damage Coverage
Chapter 18. Discovery in Arbitration
Chapter 19. Arbitration
Chapter 20. Presenting an Uninsured Motorist Claim
Chapter 21. Defending an Uninsured Motorist Claim
Chapter 22. Judicial Review of Awards of Arbitrators
Chapter 23. Declaratory Relief in Uninsured Motorist Cases
Chapter 24. Bad Faith in Uninsured Motorist Coverage
Chapter 25. Uninsured Motorist Bad Faith Litigation
Chapter 26. Damages
Chapter 27. The Arbitration of Uninsured Property Damage Claims
APPENDIX A [Reserved]
APPENDIX B Department of Motor Vehicles Forms
APPENDIX C American Arbitration Association Forms
APPENDIX D Trial Court Bad Faith Cases-Examples
APPENDIX E Discovery Documents
APPENDIX F Sample Pleadings
APPENDIX G Releases
TABLE OF CASES
TABLE OF STATUTES