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Insurance Coverage Litigation supplies:
- Extensive analyses of case law on insurance coverage issues arising under general liability insurance policies.
- Sample CGL Policy Forms.
- The most in-depth discussion of the drafting history of standard-form general liability insurance policy languageâincluding language derived from the insurance industryâs own representations to the public, governmental agencies, courts and policyholdersâone of the most powerful tools available to policyholders.
- Easy-reference tables and state-by-state summaries that help you quickly grasp and compare court interpretations on a broad range of issues including the reasonable expectation doctrine, trigger of coverage and allocation, notice of claim or action, and insurability of punitive damages.
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