State Insurance Legislation: 1999 Yearbook Available From CCH

(Riverwoods, ILL., February 16, 2000) – From omnibus reforms in Florida to patients’ rights and workers’ compensation developments in other jurisdictions, state legislatures were busy enacting new laws in 1999 that will affect the insurance industry for years to come. CCH INCORPORATED (CCH), a leading provider of business and insurance law information and software has consolidated the most noteworthy developments in State Insurance Legislation: 1999 Yearbook, an annual review that helps insurers and related professionals put new laws into perspective and understand recently passed legislation that will influence their industry and their individual practices. (398 pages, $99. To order, click here or call 1-800-248-3248.)

State Insurance Legislation: 1999 Yearbook delivers concise summaries, reviews and analysis of the year’s most important state legislative events. The text highlights the changes that are most critical and explains how these changes will affect insurance compliance and practice.

The Yearbook covers a wide spectrum of insurance lines, from property and casualty through health and life, encompassing commercial and professional insurance lines, personal insurance and industry issues.

From tort reform to elder care, captive insurance to mandated coverage, gunmakers’ liability to viatical settlements, this annual review is must-have information for compliance analysts; financial officers; property and casualty, negligence, product liability and workers' compensation lawyers; state and federal regulators and government affairs specialists.

About the Author

Author Robert E. Mackin, Mackin & Company, is nationally recognized in the insurance industry for his expertise in legislative and regulatory matters.

Availability and Pricing

For more information or to order State Insurance Legislation: 1999 Yearbook call 1-800-248-3248. Single copy price for this 398-page, softcover reference is $99 plus applicable tax, shipping and handling; quantity discounts are available.


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