Monthly Archives: March 2010

AN INSURANCE CARRIER’S RIGHT TO SUBROGATE NEED NOT WAIT ON THE INSURED

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently explained the limited applicability of California’s “made-whole” rule which may preclude an insurer from recovering any third party funds unless and until the insured has been made whole for the loss. 

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Oral Trials In Mexico

Legal reform is slowly but surely sweeping Mexico’s legal system. Mexico’s centuries-old legal system is being transformed into a system where oral trials will be publicly presented to the assigned judge. This new system will require judges to hear evidence orally, instead

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Maximize Subrogation Potential With Early An Response

Subrogation cases are often won, and lost, within the first few days of the incident.  Consider employing the following steps to maximize your recovery potential: 1. Get an attorney and experts involved immediately.  If possible, have your attorney involved from

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COGSA vs. Carmack – United States Supreme Court To Address Carmack’s Application To Intermodal Shipments

At the end of last year the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in two consolidated cases, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha v. Regal-Beloit Corporation, No. 08-1553, and Union Pacific Railroad Company v. Regal-Beloit Corporation, No. 08-1554, to determine whether the inland

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Using Freedom of Information Act Requests to your Advantage in Prosecuting Subrogation Claims

The Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) can be a useful tool that subrogation professionals can employ to effectively gather information to build a successful products liability claim. In cases where a loss is caused by a defective product, a simple FOIA request

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