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Filing Suit in the Name of the Carrier Versus the Insured

Most attorneys in voir dire in a subrogation jury trial will ask some variation of the following question: "Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, please raise your hand if any of you do not believe you can be fair and

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Foreign Manufacturers Legal Accountability Act – Opening the Floodgates Against Overseas Defendants

Have you ever experienced this scenario: Your expert has identified the cause of a loss in the United States, but the manufacturer of the failed product is overseas? If so, then you have to start thinking about issues such as how

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The Malfunction Theory

Have you ever experienced the following all-too-common frustrating subrogation scenario:  Your cause and origin expert determines that a fire started from a particular product but, after destructive examination of the product, your engineer is unable to identify the defect which caused the product

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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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