Insurance Law and Subrogation
 
Subrogation enables a party to take on the legal right of another to pursue a claim. This often occurs when an insurance company pays benefits to compensate an insured for injuries, damages, or losses incurred directly in response to a specific accident or incident.
 
Subrogation enables the insurance company to recover funds from the negligent parties who are responsible for the losses incurred.
 
Our attorneys have complex litigation experience, handling cases ranging from real estate and property damage to business and insurance matters. This experience provides us with comprehensive insight into the intricate issues involved in insurance subrogation. In addition, our experience promotes effective management of such cases through trial, arbitration, mediation or informal resolution.