The "Handbook of Connecticut Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law” previously published by The Connecticut Law Tribune. This book is a compilation of Connecticut law pertaining to issues involved in uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage and the special problems associated with this form of litigation.
The Handbook of Connecticut Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law is available to download on this website free of charge.
Handbook of Connecticut Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Law
by Attorney Paul Morello
Table of Contents
II. Multiple Coverages
III. Reductions of Coverage
IV Selected Issues
V. Underinsured Motorist Claims - Special Considerations
Publications by Attorney Morello at Donovan & Morello, LLP
- “The Misapplication of Worker’s Compensation Exclusivity to Uninsured Motorist Claims”, Connecticut Trial Lawyers Forum Volume 7, number 6 which examines the case of Ross v. City of New Haven, 19 Conn. App. 169 and discusses how the appellate court wrongly concluded that the exclusivity provision of the worker’s compensation statute prevented an employee from making an uninsured motorist claim against his employer’s uninsured motorist insurer.
- “Uninsured Underinsured Motorist Law in Connecticut”, The Connecticut Law Tribune, 11 Connecticut Law Tribune Volumes 12 and 13, is a discussion of the evolution of uninsured motorist law in Connecticut.
- “The Problem of Multiple Uninsured Motorist Coverages: Who Pays?” 62 Connecticut Bar Journal p. 358 is a guide to resolving conflicts between other insurance clauses contained in multiple uninsured motorist policies.