Insurance Law

668 ABA Journal Insurance Law articles.

Preparing for the Worst

Working Together Will Help Both Government and Private Companies to Weather Disasters

Considering Next Time

Speakers Worry That Time May Be Short to Learn Lessons from Gulf Hurricanes

ABA Answers the Call

YLD and Other Association Entities Address Legal Needs of Katrina Victims

Riding Out the Storm

Even the Best Disaster Plans Can’t Help New Orleans Lawyers Account for Lost Clients, Disruption and Uncertainty

Long Road to Recovery

Victims of Hurricane Katrina Face Legal Issues at Every Turn

Picking Up the Pieces

Gulf Coast Courts Rode Out the Storm—Now They’re Struggling to Come Back

A Timely Response

In the Wake of Hurricane Katrina, Many Gulf Coast Residents Have Pressing Legal Needs

A Call to Action

We Must Do Everything in Our Power to Help the Hurricane Victims

Data Deal

Illinois’ Med-Mal Law Makes Insurers Put Up the Numbers on How They Set Rates

A Big If

Representing an Insurance Company May Conflict With the Needs of Other Clients

Dream Home Nightmares

Difficulties Abound for Owners Who Seek to Recover for Defects in a House They Have Already Purchased

Surprise Ending

Eroding-Limits Liability Policies Can Be Costly to Lawyers When Claims Are Paid

Who Is The Client?

It Seems Like a Simple Question, But Getting the Answer Wrong Can Lead You Into an Ethics Minefield