ICLE | Michigan Insurance Law and Practice
Michigan Insurance Law and Practice

Your practical guide to the legal, regulatory, and contractual world of insurance in Michigan. With numerous chapters on specific types of insurance, and other chapters on general insurance principles, caselaw, and regulations, you'll learn:

  • What to do when coverage is in dispute and when the regulators can help
  • How to speak (and write) the language of insurance
  • What coverage for commercial general liability really covers and what it excludes
  • When coverage for specialized risks is needed
  • How multiple policies coordinate
  • How to draft an airtight exclusion or challenge an ambiguous one

Highlights of the latest update include:

  • Coverage of recent cases interpreting the no-fault statute impacting fee schedules, fraud, retroactivity, and more
  • An expanded discussion relating to the allocation of loss
  • Updates reflecting the changes in the Michigan Administrative Code governing certain DIFS procedures
  • Additional analysis of compensable occupational diseases under the Worker’s Disability Compensation Act and the impact of the governor’s COVID-19 executive orders
  • New sections on Michigan’s surprise medical billing law and cyber liability

766 pages, 1-volume, 7x10 paperback. Includes a download of forms. Current to 12/01/22. Next update December 2024. Subscription service available.

Fully searchable and continually updated. Citations link to Michigan caselaw, statutes, and court rules. Includes online index, downloadable forms, and summary of changes. Price is for a one-year subscription.

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