Written by leading attorneys in insurance practice around the country, Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters provides leading-edge discussion of insurance ramifications of major disasters. It provides varied perspectives on handling insurance coverage cases, with tips for almost any kind of situation that arises. This text will assist those who are, or will be, actively dealing with insurance consequences that have arisen as a result of: Hurricane Katrina and others 911 terrorism Catastrophes of similar magnitude Those consequences are so widespread that they affect almost every substantive area of analytical law. Insurance law appears to be the most widely impacted, however, with immediate consequences and huge financial stakes, which guarantee widespread interest from the legal and insurance communities. This product is updated twice annually to keep you current on major flood decisions involving Katrina and other hurricanes.