Indiana: Legal Concepts of Insurance

Legal Concepts of Insurance – Indiana CE

Insurance concepts from a lawyer’s perspective.

This unique Indiana insurance continuing education online course looks at the concepts of insurance from a legal perspective and reveals some fascinating points of interest. For example, English courts of law were hearing insurable interest cases as far back as the late 1700s under King George II. The decisions made by those early courts form the basis of modern-day insurable interest laws.

Objectives

  • Learn how modern-day insurance concepts were derived from historical legal arguments.
  • Develop a higher level of competence through a better under standing of today’s insurance provisions, concepts, and statutes.
  • Gain insight into the legal concepts of all types of insurance.

Major Subjects Covered

  • Insurable Interest.
  • Definition of Risks.
  • Persons Insured.
  • Waiver and Estoppel.
  • Measure of Recovery.
  • Subrogation.

Course Level: Intermediate

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Hours: 10 Life, Health, Property & Casualty

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