Monthly Archives: March 2013

April 2006 Subrogation Newsletter

  • Mississippi Allows Subrogation in Medical Malpractice Cases
  • 8th Circuit Issues Favorable Post- Knudson Decision
  • Minnesota Supreme Court Limits Subrogation Rights
  • On-Line Subrogation File Referral Forms Available at www.mwl-law.com

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Spring 2004

  • Battling the Common Fund Monster
  • Common Sense Prevails As Exclusivity Rule Is Limited By Alabama Supreme Court – Weaver v. Kimberly Clark Corp. , 2003 WL 2185720 (Ala. 2003).
  • Subrogating Against God?
  • Subrogating on the Waterfront: Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Comp Subrogation (Part 1 of 2)
  • Submit Your Subrogation Questions Via Internet
  • Texas Issues Ethics Ruling on Attorneys’ Fees
  • Chart on Contributory Negligence/Comparative Fault for All 50 States Available on MWL Website
  • Seminars Available
  • Future Newsletters to Be Sent in Electronic Form
  • Considering Joining the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)
  • New ERISA/Health Plan Subrogation Book Due in August
  • 2004 Updates to Workers’ Compensation Subrogation In All 50 States Complete

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Spring 2003 Subrogation Newsletter

  • Great-West Life Ins. & Annuity Co. v. Knudson : The Aftermath
  • Wisconsin Court of Appeals Creates Obstacle to Effective Property Subrogation – Paulson v. Allstate , 2002 Wis. App. 168, 649 N.W.2d 645 (2002).
  • Statute of Limitations List Now Available!
  • Submit Your Subrogation Questions Via Internet
  • New Decision Complicates Workers’ Compensation Subrogation in Georgia
  • Consider Joining the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP)
  • Seminars Available

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Summer 2002 Subrogation Newsletter

  • Mohr & Anderson, S.C. Renamed Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C.
  • Ohio Supreme Court Declares Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Statute Unconstitutional – Holeton v. Crouse Cartage Co. , 748 N.E.2d 1111 (Ohio 2001).
  • New Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Book Now Available!
  • Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Isn’t What It Used To Be
  • Recovering Attorney’s Fees in Property Subrogation
  • How to Subrogate When Your Insured Does the Rear-Ending

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Winter 2000

  • Why Use National Subrogation Counsel?
  • Court of Appeals Allows Gerrymandered Settlement – Texas Workers’ Compensation Ins. Fund v. Jose Serrano, et al. , No. 13-95-482-CV, Court of Appeals (Tex. Civ. App. – Corpus Christi 1999).
  • Subrogation Under Attack in Pennsylvania
  • Lien Reduction Statutes: The Newest Subrogation Obstacle
  • Inaugural NASP Conference a Huge Success
  • Pending Legislation Which Set Uniform Fees for Medical Records
  • Witnesses’ Statements in Wisconsin
  • Gary Wickert Publishes First Novel: Dark Redemption

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Fall 2000

  • The Erosion of ERISA Subrogation Rights
  • Assignment of Subrogation Interest Negated – Reed v. Bradley, 2000 WL 1030327 (Wis. App. July 27, 2000).
  • Subrogation Seminar Materials Now Available
  • New Mexico Fire Subrogation
  • Subrogating Defective Firestone Tires
  • Workers’ Compensation Subrogation in Automobile No-Fault States

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Spring 2000

  • Understanding National Subrogation Programs
  • ERISA Preemption Doctrine Weakened – Blackburn v. Sundstrand Corp. , 115 F.3d 493 (7th Cir. 1997).
  • New Mexico Fire Subrogation
  • Assault on Subrogation in Ohio Continues
  • How to Obtain Credit for a Third Party Settlement in a Texas Workers’ Compensation Claim
  • Wacky Warning Labels
  • We Are Internet Ready!
  • Want to Deal With Just One Lawyer for All Your National Subrogation?

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Spring 1999

  • Subrogating for More Than Your Lien?
  • Wisconsin Supreme Court Expands UM Coverage – Hull v. State Farm Mutual Ins. Co. , 222 Wis.2d. 627 (Dec. 15, 1998).
  • Court of Appeals Issues Two Important Insurance Coverage Decisions
  • A Liability Carriers’ Duty to Defend Upon Payment of Policy Limits

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Fall 1998

  • Gary Wickert Offers National Subrogation Program From the Midwest
  • One Injury – Three Different ERISA Subrogation Results: Ninaus v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company., 97.0191 (Ct. App. Wis. July 14, 1998).
  • Subrogation: The New Balancing Act In “Made Whole” Cases
  • Subrogation Bible Now Available
  • Gary Wickert to Speak at IRM Insurance Conference
  • Credibility
  • Discovering Evidence of Alternative Causes of Injury
  • Wisconsin Supreme Court Creates New Tort of Negligent Supervision

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