Monthly Archives: October 2015

Delaware Department of Insurance Threatens Carriers Pursuing PIP Subrogation

The Delaware Department of Insurance (“DOI”) is threatening to take action against those who do not abide by state mandatory arbitration law. On September 1, 2015, the Delaware DOI released a bulletin to remind all insurers writing the coverages required … Learn More

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Welcomes Attorney Ashton T. Kirsch To The Firm

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”) is pleased to announce that Ashton Kirsch has joined the firm as an insurance litigation associate. Ashton’s practice areas include insurance litigation, subrogation, workers’ compensation, health insurance and ERISA. Ashton obtained his Bachelor of … Learn More

Four Extra Years To File Your Minnesota Subrogation Claims

We receive many questions from clients regarding Minnesota subrogation claims, including relevant statutes of limitations. One of the most frequent questions I receive has to do with the Minnesota statute of limitations for personal injury actions. For subrogation professionals outside … Learn More

Georgia’s Property Statute Of Limitations Trap

Statute of Limitations Could Run Before Accident Occurs. It doesn’t seem possible that a statute of limitations could expire even before a loss is suffered and damages are incurred. However, that is the case in Georgia due to some questionable … Learn More