Managing the subrogation side of your property claim from start to finish

We assume every property loss has the potential for subrogation recovery. As we have litigated in state and federal courts throughout the United States, we have gained experience in a variety of loss events including: residential and commercial fires; defective products; gas explosions; roofing; cellulose insulation; construction defects; industrial disasters; and utility company errors, sprinkler, plumbing, and other water losses. In order to properly assess the loss, determine the potential for subrogation recovery, and help you manage the subrogation side of the claim from start to finish, we formed Early Involvement. Click here to download our flyer on Early Involvement for property subrogation files.

A strategic, investigative process for large loss claims

Early Involvement is a strategic process in which our attorneys ensure a good subrogation 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 set up the claim. Once onsite, our attorneys use various tactics to ensure a good claim is a recoverable claim. Tactics include but are not limited to:

  • Choosing the right expert(s);
  • Protecting the integrity of the scene and preserving evidence;
  • Identifying and interviewing key targets and witnesses;
  • Canvassing the area for additional parties of interest;
  • Placing third parties on notice;
  • Coordinating joint scene examinations; and
  • Obtaining fire reports, 911 tapes, and meeting with investigators.

Large loss property subrogation

At Keis George, we have the resources to confront complex claims, provide highly personalized attention, and offer a competitive fee structure. You 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 consideration of a local firm, schedule a consultation with one of our subrogation attorneys.

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