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…

Keis George Attorneys Named to 2023 Super Lawyers

Keis George LLP is pleased to announce Warren S. George, Kevin F. Keeley, and Shaun E. Young have been named…

Early Retention Leads to Timely and Successful Outcome

The early retention of and trust placed in Keis George by the subrogated insurance company was critical in completing a…

CPSC Product Recalls

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

How Does Car Accident Subrogation Work?

Subrogation is a process that allows an insurance company to recover the expenses it paid out to its policyholder for…

Product Recalls

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

What is Workers’ Compensation Subrogation

The purpose of workers’ compensation is to ensure that employees are not left to bear the financial burden of workplace…

Comparative Negligence and Comparative Fault

Comparative negligence is a legal doctrine that assigns a percentage of fault to each party involved in a legal matter.…

Issues Involving Illinois Condominium Claims

In Chicago, we often find property loss claims that occur at condominium units. Aside from general issues that come with…

Product Recalls

As a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products. As subrogation attorneys, we are familiar with…

What is the Waiver of Subrogation Provision?

A waiver of subrogation clause is a contractual provision, which prohibits an insurance carrier from recovering monies they paid on…

What Is a Political Subdivision

A political subdivision is a local government entity created by the state to achieve its obligations. Still, the general rule…

Matthew C. Workman Named Partner

Keis George LLP is pleased to announce that Matthew C. Workman has been named partner. Workman specializes in handling fire…

Product Recalls

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

Intentional and Negligent Spoliation of Evidence

Spoliation of evidence generally involves the destruction of evidence that is relevant to a civil action that results in harm…

Ohio Negligent Entrustment

Under Ohio’s negligent entrustment statute, codified at Revised Code Section 4511.203, the owner of a motor vehicle may face both…

Assessing Damage to Personal Property Without Market Value

There are hundreds of cases and articles addressing how to assess damage to real and personal property. Using highly calculated…

Herbert L. Nussle Prevailed in a Motion for Summary Judgment

On July 20, 2022, Herbert L. Nussle prevailed in a Motion for Summary Judgment in the Mahoning County Court of…

Other Insurance Clause is Excess

Other insurance clauses, also known as excess clauses, seem to appear in every case with concurrent coverage under multiple policies.…

Product Recalls

As a property adjuster, you are familiar with losses caused by defective products. Therefore, we are trying to work with…

Right of Contribution from a Coinsurer or Concurrent Insurer

Did you know that Ohio law gives rise to two rights of contribution for an insurer? These two rights are…

Indiana Animal Liability

In Indiana, areas that were once considered rural are experiencing population growth as urban boundaries expand. This can lead to…

Illinois Mandatory Arbitration

Mandatory arbitration is a legal proceeding, conducted like a trial, which is held before state licensed attorneys who have completed…

Product Recalls

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released recalls involving the following products: Yamaha Wolverine RMAX; Pearl River Propane Hoses; and…