Subrogation is concerned with recovering damages paid by insurance companies for losses, which helps to keep rates down and holds those who cause damage accountable. But what happens when the insured has damages that weren’t covered by the policy? Join Kim Rathbone as she sits down with Susan M. Benson, Read more…
The litigation process includes many avenues for discovery, but sometimes, you are ready to move on an issue without going through those motions – and that may be the best option. Join Kim Rathbone as she sits down with Joel Radokovich and Patrick Jarosch of Grotefeld Hoffmann to discuss why sometimes the best offense is a good offense.
In this special live episode, Kim sits down with attorneys Steven Kraus and Noah Gradofsky to discuss the challenges of ride-sharing subrogation cases in New York and New Jersey. As the ride-sharing economy grows, the existing system for handling losses involving taxis and limousines has to flex and expand to accommodate these new services, which straddle the line between private vehicles and rides for-hire.
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, 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.