NJ Auto Insurance Law
Paperback Edition: 2013
Paperback Edition Commentaries Are Current Through: 211 N.J. 155; 427 N.J. Super. 209; L. 2012 c. 45
The "What's New" Feature Brings The Online Edition Current Through:
213 N.J. 279; 430 N.J. Super. 131; 181 L.Ed.2d 448; L. 2013 c. 53
With Commentary and Annotations by Cynthia M. Craig & Daniel J. Pomeroy
This comprehensive paperback contains thorough and practical discussions of such important issues as the changes in personal injury protection under the 1990 amendments to the PIP law, the interplay of PIP, health insurance and workman's compensation coverage, the litigation implications of the differing tort threshold provisions, the rules for determining whether a motorist is uninsured or underinsured under the UM/UIM clauses, the rights and remedies of insurers and insureds when multiple uninsured / underinsured policies are potentially involved in a claim, and much more. The easy-to-carry and easy-to-use text includes: Current statutory provisions regulating no fault, uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage, including the "Fair Automobile Insurance Reform Act of 1990".
Practical tips on prosecuting, defending and arbitrating claims for personal injury and property
Up-to-the-minute guide for all the case law interpreting and applying the legislative enactments. damage under the statutory scheme.
With Full Text of Relevant Statutory and Regulatory Provisions
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