OHIO SUBROGATION ATTORNEYS
Ohio Subrogation Attorneys will implement a comprehensive litigation strategy to recover your money faster.
Founded in 1985, Keis George is a full service subrogation law firm representing insurance companies and self-insured businesses throughout Ohio. Our subrogation lawyers have more than 150 years of combined experience pursuing large loss property subrogation, auto and uninsured/underinsured motorists subrogation, commercial collections, and workers’ compensation subrogation. From prosecuting large loss property cases involving fire and explosions to recovering against manufacturers of faulty and defective products, our efficient and comprehensive litigation strategy will redefine what it means to recover your money faster.
Extensive experience litigating subrogation cases in state and federal courts throughout Ohio.
The attorneys at Keis George have extensive experience in state and federal courts throughout Ohio. We have achieved successful verdicts and out-of-court settlements for clients against major product manufacturers, contractors, engineers, architects, at-fault drivers, and more. Our clients also rely on us for assistance with commercial collections, claim evaluations, and post judgment collections including license suspension, wage garnishment, liens, bank account attachment, and more. We litigate in the following areas:
- Large Loss Property Subrogation
- Auto Subrogation
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation
- Construction Defect Subrogation
- Fire and Explosion Subrogation
- Product Liability
- Mass Tort
- Bond Loss
- Trucking and Transportation Subrogation
- Commercial Collections
Ensure a good claim is a recoverable subrogation claim
Early Involvement is a strategic process in which our attorneys ensure a good claim is a recoverable claim. The moment a loss is reported to Keis George, our attorneys immediately make preparations to investigate the loss onsite while our paralegals acknowledge and setup the claim. Once onsite, our attorneys use various tactics to ensure a good claim is a recoverable claim.
Capitalize on missed subrogation opportunities
Too many insurance companies allow recoverable revenue to walk out the door because they do not explore their options through subrogation. A benchmarking study from the National Association of Subrogation Professionals found that about 15 percent of claims close without a consideration of subrogation. Through our Second Look Program, we can improve your ratio of “files closed with no recovery” by identifying claims with subrogation potential and proposing a plan to work those claims to recovery. As there is no cost to review a file, send it in before you close it out.
Mine big subrogation data with little effort
Through internal benchmarking and market data, we can estimate the standard cycle from the time subrogation is identified until recovery. While we cannot guarantee deadlines, we know what is normal and we communicate with you every step of the way. You can see everything and anything we are up to on our Client Portal. Keis George Reports, our Client Portal, is secure proprietary software offering our clients detailed status updates and real time file information with the click of a mouse. Clients may access the portal 24/7 with their user name and password from any electronic device in the world.
We have the resources to confront complex subrogation claims, provide highly personalized attention, and offer a competitive fee structure.
At Keis George, we have the resources to confront complex subrogation claims, provide highly personalized attention, and offer a competitive fee structure. Clients can expect superior case management, information security, and most importantly, increased recoveries. To take advantage of the capabilities of a national law practice with the thoughtfulness of a local firm, allow Keis George to redefine what it means to recover your money faster. For excellent representation, call us at (216) 241-4100 or contact our Ohio subrogation attorneys to schedule a consultation.
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