Category: INSURANCE LAW HISTORY
A Very Small Bit of Insurance Law History Ever wonder what the early history of coverage opinions was? When was an early one written in a formal mercantile context involving reinsurance? Here is a possibility. ...Read More
The Pew Research Center just published a report entitled “Breadwinner Moms.” It is the talk of the “daily talk shows” or the “argument shows.” What people have love to talk about...Read More
COVERAGE CLAUSE OF LATE 14th CENTURY ITALIAN MARITIME POLICY Here is the coverage language of a policy issued in Florence in 1397: Covered Perils: “of God, the seas, of nations, fire, jettisons restraints of lords...Read More
GREAT NEW YORK CITY FIRE OF 1835 AND INSURANCE The fire struck lower Manhattan in the City’s commercial and financial district on December 16, 1835. The area contained many packed warehouses. It was a very cold and...Read More
DAWN AND GROWTH OF AMERICAN PROPERTY INSURANCE More or less, everyone knowing anything about insurance knows that in the 1750s Benjamin Franklin cooperated in creating the first (or among the first) fire insurance company and...Read More
FARMERS GROUP, INC. v. GETER, TEX. SUPREME COURT NO. 19-0996, DECIDED APRIL 9, 2021* * * *TEXAS MOLD CLAIMS YEARS 2000+ CREATED STATE-WIDE INSURANCE “CRISIS”: A NEARLY FINAL DECISIONMICHAEL SEAN...Read More
THE SUEZ CANAL SHIP DISASTER & INSURANCE:Early ChaptersMichael Sean Quinn, Ph.D., JD, CPCU, Etc.Austin, Texas Attorney, Mediator, Consultant, & Expert WitnessInterestingly, as of 6:00am, Monday, March 29,...Read More
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