Lexis Insurance Law Center

Professor Jeffrey Stempel is among the best legal writers of matters pertaining to insurance. When reading his work, I often think "why can’t I explain my thoughts so clearly and eloquently?" Maybe that is why he is the insurance law professor, and I am in the middle of legal muck and controversies.

Continue Reading Leading Insurance Academic Proves State Farm Accepts “Reasonable Expectations” of Insurance Coverage

Fire was the major peril insured by the insurance industry over a hundred years ago. In the tradition that is still commonplace today, insurers wrote specific exclusions into the insurance contracts which limited when they had to pay for loss caused by fire. I guess my friends along the coasts of Mississippi and Texas could relate when they found their all-risk insurance policies which cover hurricanes excluded damage from the waters that came with the hurricane.

Continue Reading Fireworks are Loved by Americans–and Insurance Companies Seeking Not to Pay Fourth of July Fires