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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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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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Equine Law Theories of Subrogation: Part I

The recent tragedy in Florida involving the sudden and untimely death of twenty-one polo ponies raises issues about equine subrogation possibilities. In that matter, a supplement is suspected in the death of polo horses. Because a horse cannot be “preserved”

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