California Insurance Law Dictionary and Desk Reference

(2015 Edition) Thomson West, 6200 pages – 3 Volumes
(2014 Edition) Thomson West, 5700 pages – 3 Volumes
(2013 Edition) Thomson West, 5200 Pages – 3 Volumes
(2012 Edition) Thomson West, 5200 Pages – 3 Volumes
(2011 Edition) Thomson West, 4900 Pages – 3 Volumes
(2010 Edition) Thomson West, 4600 pages – 2 Volumes
(2009 Edition) Thomson West, 4100 pages – 2 Volumes
(2008 Edition) Thomson West, 3900 pages – 2 Volumes
(2007 Edition) Thomson West, 3600 pages – 2 Volumes
(2006 Edition) Thomson West, 3200 pages – 2 Volumes
(2005 Edition) Thomson West, 2900 pages
(2004 Edition) Thomson West, 2500 pages
(2003 Edition) Thomson West, 2200 pages
(2002 Edition) Thomson West, 1800 pages
(2001 Edition) Thomson West, 1376 pages
(2000 Edition) Thomson West, 1253 pages
(1999 Edition) Thomson West, 848 pages
(1998 Edition) Thomson West, 576 pages
(1997 Edition) Thomson West, 576 pages
(1995 Edition) Bancroft Whitney, 510 pages
(1994 Edition) Bancroft Whitney, 420 pages

The current edition can be purchased by calling WEST, at 1-800-344-5009 or by going directly to WEST‘s website to purchase this text online.

Auto Body Repair Law in the United States, Encyclopedia of Laws (2007, 570 pages)

In order to prepare this text Mr. Cornblum read, studied and categorized the statutes and regulations in all 50 states including the District of Columbia relating to auto body repair. This text sets forth the contents of ‘laws’ enacted in the 50 states by state legislatures, or put into place by regulatory agencies of the states pursuant to legislative authority set by the legislature as it relates to the auto body repair industry.

This text can be purchased by first downloading and printing this order form and/or contacting Chris Lapp at 858-485-8770.

Dictionary – Auto Body Repair Law (2003)

This text places an emphasis upon California statutes and insurance commissioner regulations for the auto body repair industry. After reviewing the contents of many writings, publications and internet materials, it became clear that one common factor existed. That common factor was and is a lack of uniform legal definitions of important terms and industry concepts. This text is a result of creating a legal definitional foundation to assist repairs shops in better understanding its relationship with the insurance industry and its customers.

This text can be purchased by first downloading and printing this order form and/or contacting Chris Lapp at 858-485-8770.

The Legal Rights of Women, Women’s Research Publishing (1995, 375 pages)