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The Basics of UM/UIM and Limited Tort

Available: In Stock
Price: $69.00
Item Code: 10337-BK


This BASIC level manual is for those who occasionally handle automobile accident cases and those who are new to this area of practice. UM/UIM coverage is a key aspect of automobile insurance coverage. Our experienced authors provide you with a primer on understanding uninsured (UM) and underinsured (UIM) motorist coverage in insurance policies in Pennsylvania and help you determine if the case you are taking has the potential for a significant recovery – or not! On the topic of limited tort, you will learn how to evaluate the limited tort plaintiff, examine the defenses and exceptions and get useful tips on handling and defending these cases. Discover why limited tort doesn’t mean the case is a total loser!

Summary of Contents

Part One: UM/UIM

  • UM/UIM Law in Pennsylvania - 2017
  • Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Claims
  • Post-Koken Scorecard
  • Insurance Federation of Pennsylvania Inc. v. Diane Koken, Insurance Commissioner
  • Support Materials and Information

Part Two: Limited Tort

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Limited Tort
  • Auto Law Update 2017
  • Ronca & Sloane, Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Insurance: An Analysis of the Financial
  • Responsibility Law
  • Sample Documents
Practice Areas
Published: 7/11/2018
Pages: 398
Size: 8.5x11
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