Birds’ Modern Insurance Law presents a concise yet analytical explanation of the fundamental principles of insurance law. Written in an accessible and straightforward manner the work covers everything from the history of insurance and regulation, through to the various forms of insurance such as life, and liability.
Birds’ Modern Insurance Law is firmly established as the leading text in this area of law. It is an essential work for undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as for those undertaking a related professional course. It is also an ideal reference source for legal and insurance professionals who want a quick reference guide.
- consideration of the impact of Brexit
- the effect of Supreme Court decisions on public policy (especially Patel v Mirza), fraudulent devices used in making a claim (Versloot Dredging v HDI Gerling), co-insurance and subrogation (Gard Marine v China National Chartering) and motor insurance (R & S Pilling v UK Insurance and Cameron v Liverpool Victoria)
- consideration of the first decisions on the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act, especially Southern Rock Insurance Co Ltd v Hafeez
- greater coverage of the Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010
- the Court of Appeal on reinstatement costs as indemnity (Great Lakes Reinsurance v Western Trading)