Insurance Journal's Academy of Insurance
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There are many unique provisions and requirements when it comes to insurance contracts. One part of insurance contract law that no one talks about is that the policy is the minimum that must be done.
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Insurance is subject to the standard law of contracts; but beyond simple contract law, insurance contracts are subject to unique provisions and requirements. One part of insurance contract law that no one talks about (especially claims adjusters) is that the policy is the minimum that must be done, the carrier can always do more. And how does the doctrine of reasonable expectations relate to insurance contracts.
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