Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey 2018

  • ID: 4472350
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 954 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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New Jersey bad faith law, presents challenges to attorneys for claimants and insurers alike, as many procedural and substantive issues remain unresolved. Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey, by Richard L. McMonigle, Jr., with Lindsay B. Andreuzzi, Principals Post & Schell, is the best single volume collection of New Jersey Law on bad faith litigation; it analyzes the judicial reasoning behind the court decisions, cites relevant statutory and regulatory authority, and identifies the legal theories the practitioner may encounter.

Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey includes:

  • Detailed summaries of all significant New Jersey and federal bad faith decisions organized by category
  • In-depth analysis of all relevant topics in the field
  • Procedural and strategic considerations in bringing and defending against a bad faith claim
  • Discussion of the hot issues facing policyholders and their insurers
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Richard L. McMonigle, Jr., Principal, Post & Schell
Richard L. McMonigle, Jr. is a principal and Chair of the Insurance Law Department with Post & Schell, P.C. and a seasoned veteran of bad faith litigation. His practice focuses upon the defense and trial of first and third party insurance matters involving coverage, bad faith, and fraud. In addition to his extensive litigation experience, he has written numerous articles on bad faith and regularly provides training to claims handlers and attorneys on the subject. He also serves as a voluntary mediator and legal consultant in insurance disputes, and is the author of The Legal Intelligencer’s Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey.

Also by Richard L. McMonigle, Jr., Principal, Post & Schell:
Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania

Lindsay B. Andreuzzi
Lindsay B. Andreuzzi is a Principal in Insurance Law Department in the law firm of Post & Schell, P.C., where she works in the firm’s Philadelphia and Princeton offices. She focuses her litigation practice on advising and defending personal, commercial and surplus line insurers in complex insurance coverage matters and allegations of bad faith claims handling. Ms. Andreuzzi has an extensive background in bad faith law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, having collaborated with Richard McMonigle on the 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th editions of Insurance Bad Faith in Pennsylvania, as well as the initial edition of Insurance Bad Faith in New Jersey.

Ms. Andreuzzi received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 1991, and graduated with distinction from George Mason University School of Law in 1995. Following graduation, she served as a law clerk for Honorable Robert H. Cleland of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and then practiced as an associate in the commercial litigation department with a firm in Detroit, Michigan.

She currently resides in Paoli, Pennsylvania with her husband Tom and two children, Doug and Louisa.
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