Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Insurance: An Analysis of the Financial Responsibility Law - 2016 Update:
This year our appellate courts have issued scores of opinions interpreting the law of motor vehicle insurance. These cases will have a significant impact on your client’s ability to recover benefits from injury arising from auto accidents. To keep informed, you need the right information from a trusted source -- The 2016 Update to Sloane & Ronca’s Treatise on the Financial Responsibility Law.
2016 Featured Updates:
- UM/UIM Arbitration
- Exclusions and Limitations
- Mandatory Offer Requirement
- The Peer Review Process
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Stacking / Stacking Coverages
- Recovery of UM/UIM Benefits
- Statute of Limitations
- Subrogation, Medicare, Medicaid, ERISA, & other liens
- Pleading future medicals in light of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
The authors reviewed, analyzed, and contextualized more than 150 new cases, on issues such as stacking, exclusions, set-offs, ERISA, Medicare and Medicaid liens, bad faith, limited tort, etc., so you don’t have to. Based on new case law and legislation--proposed and enacted--since 2015, 14 of the 16 chapters in this Treatise have been updated.
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Non Member Price: $399 (plus shipping & tax)