Monthly Archives: August 2009

Equine Law Theories of Subrogation Part 3: Damages Issues

Measure of Damages A critical part of any subrogation analysis is the determination of what damages are legally recoverable from a potentially liable third party. Unique to equine claims, the owner of the horse will often choose to insure the horse

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Technology Can Maximize Subrogation Recoveries

In recent years, technology and the internet have fostered a new trend in social media with websites such as Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.  This undeniably stems from the desire for instant information.  How can technology and the internet assist in maximizing subrogation cases?  Consider

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Avoiding Service On Foreign Manufacturers

Service of Process; Hague Convention; Subrogation; Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. v. Sup. Ct., products liability; manufacturer

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Product Recalls: Bolstering Your Subrogation Case

One of the first things to do upon receipt of a new subrogation loss involving a product is to check to see if there are any recalls of that product.  Ultimately, if your cause and origin investigator determines the product is the cause

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Equine Law Theories of Subrogation: Part 2 Hiring the Right Experts and Avoiding Spoliation

 Just like property damage claims, it is vital to hire the right experts and conduct a thorough and timely investigation. But unlike a typical property damage claim, with equine mortality claims it is often impractical and difficult to maintain the deceased

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