On this special live episode, Kim sits down with New York attorney Brian Suchoff to talk about best practices when opening a new subrogation file. Brian shares tips to help clients learn what information subrogation attorneys need to best handle the file, and tips for the attorneys handling the intake process.
On this special live episode, Rebecca meets Cinder, the fire-investigating dog, and her handler, and IAAI Certified Fire Investigator, Steve Chapman of S.C. Fire Consulting, Inc. Steve shows Rebecca how Cinder can sniff out ignitable liquids that may otherwise go undetected. As Cinder says, "when in doubt, use a snout!"
In this special live episode, Jason Sullivan sits down with Michael Matek, an attorney based in Chicago, to discuss the challenges of subrogation litigation in Cook County, Illinois. Find out why so many Cook County cases end up going to jury trials, and what you can do to best prepare Read more…
On this special live episode, Kim sits down with attorney Allen Mills to discuss the complexities of handling workers compensation subrogation in North Carolina. Based on his years of practice in the area, Allen provides practical tips that are applicable beyond the boundaries of the Tar Heel State.
On this special live episode, Rebecca sits down with Certified Accident Reconstructionist Jeff Lyle, of Nationwide, to talk about clues that are left behind in side-swipe collisions. Hear how much easier sorting out conflicting statements can be when the vehicle damage can "tell you" it's side of the story.
In this special live episode, Rebecca talks with certified fire investigators Scott Bennett of Fire and Explosion Consultants (FEC), and Bumper Moylan of S-E-A, Ltd., about how to spot a "remodeling fire." Hint: check the fridge!
What is the value of a faulty product? If a faulty product causes damages to itself, can those damages be recovered? Yes... maybe. Join Rebecca and Steve as the guide you through the history and current trends regarding the Economic Loss Doctrine to find out!
A lot of subrogation files deal with negligence, but what about those files where the tortfeasor did something on purpose? And what if she got caught? In this episode, Rebecca and Steve discuss the issues that arise when your subrogation file deals with a criminal act. Do you need a guardian ad litem? Can the tortfeasor plead the 5th in your civil case? From serving incarcerated tortfeasors and insureds to recovering on restitution orders, you'll know what to expect when you have a criminal act in your file.
You may not be your brother's keeper, but what about your child's? Parents are responsible for their children's well-being, of course, but are they responsible for damages those children cause? Join Rebecca and Steve as they discuss the rule of sevens, the family purpose doctrine, sponsorship statutes, damages caps, and other issues affecting parental liability across the country.
You fought long and hard to reach a favorable settlement but now you are done. Just sign this release and... wait a second, what does it say? Why is it so long? What exactly are you agreeing to, anyhow? Join Rebecca and Steve as they walk you through the often long and winding road of settlement releases, and find out what language they have trouble letting go of in these important documents.