Attorney Kimberly Rathbone has been selected as an honoree for the 2018 National Women in Law Awards. Corporate Counsel and InsideCounsel magazine wanted to spotlight women leaders who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership and business acumen as they have guided their organizations through often treacherous roads to achieve success. They selected women who stood out to them because they are “business strategists, complex problem-solvers, and great lawyers.” Please see details about the award winners here.
Attorney Jessica Lobes was named to the 2018 Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars list. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Jessica’s profile can be located here.
Rathbone Group was named, once again, to the Northeast Ohio’s 150 Top Workplaces by Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer. The prestigious award represents employee feedback in the areas of Alignment, Effectiveness, Connection, Management, Employee Engagement, Leadership and Benefits. The employees of Rathbone Group nominated the firm. Please see details about the award winners here.
Article published “Beyond the Courtroom – Maximum Recovery in Arbitration Forums Leads to $165,000 Property Damage Award”
The National Association of Subrogation Professionals published Ana Zgela’s article “Beyond the Courtroom – Maximum Recovery in Arbitration Forums Leads to $165,000 Property Damage Award” in their Summer 2018 issue of The Subrogator. Insurance Carriers often enter into agreements voluntarily forgoing litigation in favor of arbitration through Arbitration Forums. This article chronicles one claim that overcame jurisdictional defenses to Arbitration Forums and resulted in a maximum recovery of $165,000 property damage award, a recovery that Read more…
The National Association of Subrogation Professionals published Mark Demian’s article “Tricks, Tips, and Pitfalls to Recovering Underinsured Claims” in their Summer 2018 issue of The Subrogator. Recovering on underinsured cases is one of the most frustrating and daunting pursuits for subrogation professionals. There are certain steps to take and pitfalls to avoid to maximize the opportunities to recover. Click here to view the article.
Jason Sullivan and Rebecca Wright discuss the effect that social media is having on subrogation matters and its potential impact on claims in AM Best’s podcast, “How Social Media is Changing Insurance Claims Subrogation.” The podcast can be found here.
Mark Demian has earned the Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional (CSRP)® Designation, a specialized designation for subrogation professionals. It is a statement that those possessing the designation have met stringent, academic and experience requirements and have agreed to be bound by the Code of Professional Ethics of Certified Subrogation Recovery Professionals.
Mark Demian Selected to Present Seminar on Trucking Litigation in the 21st Century in the Upcoming NASP Annual Conference – 11/13/18
Mark Demian has been selected to present a seminar focused on Trucking Litigation in the 21st Century for the National Association of Subrogation Professionals. The trucking industry remains a prime target as defendants in litigation, in part because the trucking industry is so heavily regulated by the government. This presentation will focus on the issues that make the prosecution and defense of trucking cases unique, with a focus on insurance coverage, catastrophic accident claims, and an Read more…
Rebecca Wright and Adam Wilk Selected to Present Seminar on Third Party Liability in the Upcoming NASP Annual Conference – 11/12/18
Rebecca Wright and Adam Wilk have been selected to present a seminar entitled “Other People’s Torts: Third Party Liability in Subrogation Claims” for the National Association of Subrogation Professionals November 2018 Annual Conference. In auto collisions, liability is not limited to the tort driver. You may be able to recover in subrogation against other parties, such as the owner of the vehicle, a family member, the employer – even a bar or party host! This Read more…
Rebecca Wright Selected to Present Upcoming Webinar on Recovering Non-performing Judgments – 5/22/18
Rebecca Wright has been requested to do a webinar on recovering non-performing judgments for the National Association of Subrogation Professionals. This webinar will focus on how to economically enhance your bottom line by tapping into the older judgments in your portfolio. Click here for more information. Contact us here if you would like us to present this to your group.