For upper level undergraduate/graduate courses in Principles of Insurance and Risk Management.
Drawing from the author’s 35-plus years of teaching experience, this book introduces students to basic insurance concepts from the consumer’s point of view and equips them with the tools to make intelligent, informed insurance purchasing decisions.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 — Fundamentals and Terminology
Chapter 2 — Defining the Insurable Event
Chapter 3 — Risk Management
Chapter 4 — Insurance Companies
Chapter 5 — Insurance Occupations
Chapter 6 — The Insurance Market: The Economic Problem
Chapter 7 — Insurance Regulation
Chapter 8 — Insurance Contracts
Chapter 9 — Basic Property and Liability Insurance Contracts
Chapter 10 — Homeowners Insurance (HO)
Chapter 11 — The Personal Auto Policy
Chapter 12 — Professional Financial Planning
Chapter 13 — Life Insurance Policies
Chapter 14 — Standard Life Insurance Contract Provisions and Options
Chapter 15 — Annuities
Chapter 16 — Medical Expense and Disability Income Insurance
Chapter 17 — Advanced Topics in Risk Management
Chapter 18 — Commercial Property Insurance
Chapter 19 — Commercial Liability Insurance
Chapter 20 — Bonding, Crime Insurance, and Reinsurance
Chapter 21 — Employee Benefits
Chapter 22 — Social Security
Chapter 23 — Unemployment and Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Appendix A: Homeowners Insurance Policies HO-2 and HO-3
Appendix B: Personal Auto Policy
Appendix C: Sample Whole Life Insurance Policy and Application
Appendix D: Answers to Objective Questions
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$50.99 | ISBN-13: 978-0-13-613945-4