50-State surveys on insurance coverage issues are inherently limited. But at nearly 800 pages, with a singular objective of proving the rule of law in every state, Key Issues seeks to overcome these limitations. It does so by setting out aspects of cases (e.g., facts and/or policy language) that were relevant to the court’s decision. In other words, it does not provide the rule of law in a vacuum. Rather, it provides context. This enables the reader to compare the cases in the book, to his or her own claim at hand, and come away with an understanding of how the issue may be resolved by a court.
 
     

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