Pennsylvania Insurance Law (includes book + digital download)
Library of Congress Number: 90-84169
1 Volume, Loose-Leaf bound, 939 Pages
Includes book + digital download (link provided at checkout)
AUTHOR: FRANKLIN L. BEST, JR.
Published: November 2005 (3rd Ed.) Previous Editions:1991, 1998 & 2005
Most recent supplement/update: 2018-2019 supplement; released Oct. 2017; $165.00; (Current Subscriber's Price: $135.00)
New for 2019-2020 Supplement
Updates in the Areas of:
- Economic Loss Doctorine
- Suicide Exclusion
- Cancellation Notice
- W. Comp. Subrogation
- Title Coverage
- The "Four Corners" Rule
- Household Vehicle Exclusion
- Emergency Services
- The "In-For-One, In-For-All" Rule
Life • Health • Property/Casualty
This is a guide to the law of insurance in Pennsylvania. It attempts to make that body of law more manageable by summarizing the statutes, regulations, and court opinions, and by bringing them together in an orderly way.
The statutes and regulations need reorganization to remedy duplication and dispersion. Court opinions can be found, to some extent, through the annotated statutes, but the search is hampered by the disarray in the statutes. In addition, holdings that do not construe any statute may be hidden in, or missing from, the annotations. This book summarizes assembles, and organizes those authorities to make them more accessible.
This is an overview of the law, rather than an exhaustive compilation of all statutes, regulations and opinions. It does not replace the primary sources, but rather serves as an introduction to them.
Specimens of forms are displayed in the Appendices to show the reader the documents that may be required in certain situations. They are for illustration, not for use. The Insurance Department forms should be obtained from the Department, to make certain that the forms are up-to-date and that Department procedures are followed. Other forms, such as releases and pleadings, should be drafted to suit the facts, procedural requirements and substantive law applying to each situation.
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
Table of References
Part I. Licensing and Control of Insurers and Agents Chapters 1 to 7 Part II. Life Insurance and Annuities Chapters 8 to 24 Part III. Health Insurance Chapters 25 to 37 Part IV. Specifically Regulated Providers of Health Services Chapters 38 to 42 Part V. Property and Casualty Insurance Subpart A. Property and Casualty Insurance in General Chapters 43 to 46 Subpart B. Fire Insurance Chapters 47 to 50 Subpart C. Motor Vehicle Insurance Chapters 51 to 57 Subpart D. Other Property and Casualty Insurance Chapters 58 to 61 Part VI. Miscellaneous Insurance Entities Subpart A. Title Insurance Chapters 62 to 64 Subpart B. Other Entities Chapters 65 to 66 Part VII. Claim Practices, Complaints and Litigation Chapters 67 to 71
Appendices to Chapters — Forms Examples