Monthly Archives: April 2015

Washington Supreme Court To Rule On Deceptive Subrogation Practices Class Action

The well-orchestrated attack on subrogation continues. Trial lawyer listservs, legal conferences, and organizational efforts to combat subrogation on all fronts have resulted in a rash of class action suits aimed at subrogated carriers based on alleged violations of the Made … Learn More

Texas Supreme Court Clarifies Law On Spoliation

Tort and subrogation cases continue to be heavily mined and booby-trapped with potential spoliation danger. However, the law in this area is far from clear. In the case of Brookshire Brothers v. Aldridge, 438 S.W.3d 9 (Tex. 2014), Jerry Aldridge … Learn More

Interview With Gary L. Wickert Featured This Month On Claimwire.Com

This month, featured an in-depth and personal interview with Gary L. Wickert, partner at Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”). Claimwire serves the insurance industry by providing forms, news, resources, and vendor information to assist insurance professionals involved in the field … Learn More

Subrogating Against God: Recovering Claim Dollars When Natural Disasters Strike

The claims history of most domestic insurance carriers is littered with billion dollar claims as a result of catastrophic losses caused by natural disasters. When God sends a hurricane, tornado, flood, or naturally-occurring fire, the resulting losses can be enough … Learn More