Sept. 16, 2015 – Insurance permeates every aspect of life and litigation – automobiles and health, personal and professional liability, business and recreation. It has its own terminology, logic, and jargon, many times Wisconsin-specific.
Your guide through the jargon is State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law, now in its seventh edition – and newly renamed in honor of its first author.
Renamed for a Legend in Insurance Law
In 1983, respected Wisconsin attorney Arnie Anderson self-published Wisconsin Insurance Law, a work that quickly became a mainstay of every complete legal library in the state. Anderson authored the guide through six editions, until his death in 2011.
Now, Madison attorneys Sheila M. Sullivan, Laura E. McFarlane, and David G. Reese of Bell, Moore, and Richter S.C. have assumed responsibility for the book. These authors have continued Anderson’s commitment to a current, clear, and authoritative resource on this complex area of law.
PINNACLE now proudly presents the seventh edition of this book, renamed Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law, honoring its illustrious founder.
Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law remains the definitive, comprehensive, and in-depth source on insurance law in Wisconsin.
This two-volume set, available both in print and in PINNACLE’s Books UnBound library, defines and explains the responsibilities of insurers, insureds, and insurance agents. And, most importantly, it makes Wisconsin attorneys aware of the issues and rationale behind those topics.
Topics addressed include:
- Interpretation of insurance contracts
- Automobile liability insurance
- Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance
- General liability policies
- Fire and property insurance
- An insurer's duty to defend
- An insurer's investigation and handling of third-party claims
- First-party claims against insurers
Anderson on Wisconsin Insurance Law is available in print to members for $299 and nonmembers for $379, plus tax, shipping, and handling.
The two-volume set is also available via Books UnBound, an online subscription, for $149/year for members and $189/year for nonmembers.
Book owners who subscribe to the State Bar’s automatic supplementation service will receive the revised edition at 10 percent off the regular price.