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Insurance adjusters, special investigators, and lawyers representing insurers and the insured encounter myriad legal and practical questions concerning the rights and obligations of the insured and insurer when participating in examinations under oath. Until now, no readily available source was available to answer the questions that arose. More importantly, no source was available to provide practical solutions when no definitive answer existed in the jurisdiction in which the examination was held. Examinations Under Oath collects the law from all fifty states and federal jurisdictions and develops a practical, functional approach to the questions that have arisen and are likely to arise.

Every aspect of the book was formatted for efficiency. The book was written so that readers with little insurance background could understand court decisions and the practical ramifications of those decisions. The extensive word index, prepared by the author, allows the reader to quickly find information in the book. The book has a complete table of cases and each citation in the book directs the reader to the page of the case on which the citation is based.