CPSC Product Recalls

As a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products.

CPSC Product Recalls

We are seeing an increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective…

Types of Evidence

In civil court cases, evidence is presented to support or refute claims made by the parties involved. Several types of…

Who is the Supplier

It is important to know who is the Supplier because Ohio Revised Code 2307.78 establishes the liability of a Supplier…

Illinois Workers' Compensation Subrogation

The Illinois workers' compensation law is detailed in 820 ILCS 305. Specific to subrogation is section 305/5. There are two…

CPSC Product Recalls

We are seeing an increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective…

Assured Clear Distance Statute

The assured clear distance ahead for any driver changes in every instance due to conditions, surrounding vehicles, and a host…

CPSC Product Recalls

We are seeing an increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective…

Avoiding Spoliation

There are several reasons spoliation is immediately claimed by an adverse party of an insurance carrier. We will discuss some…

CPSC Product Recalls

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently released the following product recalls that may affect your subrogation files.

Indiana Med Pay Subrogation Statute

The Indiana Medical Payment Subrogation Statute, Indiana Code 34-53-1-2, requires insurance carriers to use its insured’s attorney as its own…

Ohio Animal Liability

This post will discuss investigating a subrogation claim involving Ohio Animal Liability and how to prevail against the owner and/or…

CPSC Product Recalls

Distinguishing a solid file for recovery can be complicated. When a defective product causes a loss, the manufacturer of the…

The Lien Statute of Limitations Law for Ohio Explained

A lien is a legal claim that a creditor has on a property or asset of a debtor. Some common…

CPSC Product Recalls

Distinguishing a solid file for recovery can be complicated. When a defective product causes a loss, the manufacturer of the…

Admissibility of Police Reports

A police report is inadmissible (aka hearsay) unless it meets one of the exceptions enumerated in the rules of evidence.…

CPSC Product Recalls

We are seeing an increase in property damage caused by water and fire as a direct result of a defective…

Assumption of the Risk

Assumption of the risk is a common defense by recreation providers to negligence lawsuits involving all-terrain vehicles (ATV) where the…

Recreational User Statute

Ohio’s Recreational User Statute, codified in Ohio Revised Code section 1533.181, provides immunity to landowners who permit others to hunt,…

CPSC Product Recalls

Our product liability attorneys have experience litigating cases involving hundreds of different products, including industrial machinery, automobiles, and common residential…

Further Examination of the Made Whole Doctrine

An insurance policy may avoid the application of the Made Whole Doctrine only by including language that is clear in…

SR-22 Bonds and Recovering Payments

In situations where a policy exclusion may apply, but payment has to be made due to the SR-22 bond, an…

CPSC Product Recalls

Our product liability attorneys have experience litigating cases involving hundreds of different products, including industrial machinery, automobiles, and common residential…

Takeaways From The NASP Spring Conference

I had a great time at the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Spring Conference. Here are 3 takeaways from my…