Monthly Archives: September 2021

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C Welcomes Griffin S. Gross To The Firm

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”) is pleased to welcome Griffin S. Gross as a litigation associate in our Hartford, Wisconsin office. Griffin will be handling workers’ compensation, property, and automobile insurance subrogation cases. Griffin graduated from Marquette University in … Learn More

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. Welcomes Constance A. Smith to the Firm

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (“MWL”) is pleased to welcome Constance A. Smith as a litigation associate in our Santa Ana, California branch office. Constance’s practice will focus on all lines of subrogation with an emphasis on medical malpractice. Constance … Learn More

NFPA 921 Standards Have Changed: What Every Claims Adjuster Should Know

In 1992, the National Fire Protection Association created a set of investigative guidelines that was published as “NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosive Investigations.” The guide is widely used by both public and private fire investigators. It describes in … Learn More

Hawaii Workers’ Compensation Subrogation At A Crossroads

Moranz v. Harbor Mall, LLC, 477 P.3d 179 (Haw. App. 2020), cert. granted, SCWC-17-0000006, 2021 WL 1924134 (Haw. May 13, 2021). We are at the precipice of a potential upheaval in workers’ compensation recovery rights in the Aloha State. The … Learn More

Arizona Eliminates Peremptory Challenges

New Trend Poses Threat In Subrogation Trials. Effective January 1, 2022, Arizona will become the first state to eliminate the use of peremptory challenges in jury selection in both criminal and civil trials—including the trial of subrogation cases. It isn’t news … Learn More

MWL’s NOLA Office Working Remotely During Hurricane Ida

Our NOLA office is without power and MWL’s attorneys and staff are safe and working remotely while power is restored and damage repaired. They are responding to emails and will receive voicemails. The hurricane has not slowed us down. After … Learn More