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Publication Date: 1994
Publisher: LexisNexis Matthew Bender
Fischer, Emeric, Swisher, Peter N.
This casebook presents insurance law issues in a logical & progressive format that facilitates greater understanding of the basic principles of insurance law. Presented in a cumulative fashion, each new insurance law principle builds on & is grounded upon previously presented insurance law theories & rules. Each insurance law concept is further explained in introductory paragraphs, & then illustrated, applied & tested in landmark & recent illustrative insurance law cases, followed by pertinent & usable notes, questions & problems. Sample insurance policies of several representative varieties are collected in the appendix. Teacher's Manual available.Fischer, Emeric is the author of 'Principles of Insurance Law', published 1994 under ISBN 9780820501888 and ISBN 0820501883.
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