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Defending The Insured

Harold Weston

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Title: Defending The Insured

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Written by nationally recognized insurance law practitioners, Defending the Insured provides the first comprehensive and objective analysis of the various duties and potential pitfalls confronting each party in the three-way relationship between insurance carrier, insured, and the appointed counsel in insurance defense.

Each chapter provides a detailed discussion of topics starting with duty to defend and obligations of each of the parties. Reference tables then list which states have addressed the topic at hand and how they have handled it along with a state-by-state review of the issue.

Defending the Insured provides a state-by-state appendix regarding Independent Counsel, a multi-jurisdictional analysis and case law and a state-by-state analysis and discussion regarding States' positions on:

  • The use of staff council
  • Billing guidelines
  • Audits of attorney's bills
  • Reservations of rights
  • The allocation of defense costs
  • The tripartite relationship

Defending the Insured provides guidance on understanding the complexities and responsibilities within the tripartite relationship, which examines the three-way relationship among counsel, the insurer and the insured. You will also find coverage on the roles of an insurance company's "staff counsel," billing guidelines & audits for the insurer and its billing counsel, and the role of independent counsel.

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