Professional Indemnity Insurance, 2nd Edition
Professional Indemnity Insurance By Mark Cannon QC and Brendan McGurk
|Author||Mark Cannon Qc, Brendan McGurk|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
This comprehensive and practical reference covers all aspects of professional indemnity insurance legislation and practise.
The basis of cover, entering the contract, claim block notification, aggregation, and the exclusion of cover for fraud and dishonesty are all discussed. The book also looks at the common words and policy wordings used in claims insurance, as well as the complications that can occur in practise.
The book includes authorities from other important Commonwealth countries, in addition to English case law, to provide the most comprehensive interpretation of the law in this expert area. Omega Proteins Ltd v. Aspen Insurance UK Ltd  EWHC 2280 (Comm) and ACE European Group v. Standard Life Assurance Ltd  EWCA Civ 1713 are just two examples of recent professional indemnity insurance cases discussed.
In addition, the new edition takes into account statutory changes since the previous edition, including the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 and the Insurance Act 2015, as well as current challenges such claim aggregation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Professional Indemnity Insurance, 2nd Edition
2:The Basis of Cover
3:The Insurance Broker
4:Entering the Contract
5:The Duty of Fair Presentation
7:The Construction of the Contract
8:Fraud and Dishonesty
10:The Amount of the Indemnity
11:The Obligations on the Insured
12:The Defence of Claims by Third Parties
13:Third Party Rights Against Insurers