AN INTRODUCTION TO HULL CLAIMS
|Author(s)||Richard Cornah, Paul Rowland, Joseph Shead|
|Publisher||Richards Hogg Lindley|
|D O W N L O A D|
The main purpose of the present book is to provide readers with a sort of initial intro to the marine claims as well as to the role played in the marine hull claims by the average adjusters. The readers are expected to have some very basic knowledge of the associated terminology.
Written by the three prominent experts in the field of marine insurance, the booklet will be of great practical use for anyone involved in the world of maritime transportation; in addition, it may be used by those preparing for the exams in the Association of Average Adjusters noting the amount of useful information it contains. The book opens with the general introduction followed by the section where the main ship types and trades are explained.
The following two chapters are devoted to the commercial operations, risks and insurance. Once this is covered, the readers can proceed to the global markets and basic principles of marine insurance including hull claims, partial and total loss, sue and labor. The closing chapters of the publication are dealing with the salvage, so-called general average, and collisions. The last one gives some useful information on practical handling of the marine hull claims.
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