Insurance Law (Intro)
Overview of Insurance law
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Overview of Insurance Law
Insurance is a method of mitigating the risk associated with a particular situation or transaction. This chapter introduces the concept of insurance and its importance to individuals and businesses. It explains the mechanics for establishing insurance coverage for specific occurrences. It outlines the rights and obligations of the insurer and insured. It then introduces the most common types of insurance coverage and relevant terms of such coverage.
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