Duty To Advise
A Nationwide Guide to the Law Governing Insurance Producers' Obligations to Advise Their Customers
In this newly updated nationwide survey of the law on insurance agents and brokers’ duty to advise their customers, the authors analyze applicable standards of care and associated liability trends in each of the United States, and in the District of Columbia. Over 30 new decisions have been included since the original survey conducted in 2010, impacting the law in more than half the states.
"A reference book every agent in America should have, along with insurers and any law firms involved in insurance litigation."
BILL WILSON, CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM
Author, When Words Collide: Resolving Insurance Coverage and Claims Disputes
Founder & CEO, InsuranceCommentary.com
This book summarizes the results of the survey and provides a detailed analysis of the authorities in each jurisdiction in a color-coded, state-by-state guide.
124 pages, 8.5 x 11" Hardcover $125.00
Downloadable PDF $50.00
I found the explanation of complex legal concepts very informative and easy to understand. A terrific tool and valuable reference for the entire insurance industry!
TERRY S. EDWARDS, CIC, CISR
Executive Vice President
Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Arizona, Inc.
The authors consistently bring passion and insight to their representation of our insureds, with decades of experience representing insurance agents and brokers.
RICHARD F. LUND, JD
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions