Monthly Archives: February 2022

The Price of Courtesy: Liability for Waving Driver Into Traffic When It Isn’t Clear

Thomas Fuller once said, “All doors open to courtesy.” It appears that this may now include the courthouse door. Heavy traffic is moving along smoothly in all lanes of a four-lane boulevard when suddenly a vehicle in the right lane … Learn More

YOU LOSE IT, YOU BUY IT: Spoliation By Insurer Can Destroy Subrogation Potential

Insurance companies, third-party adjusting companies, and subrogation vendors are increasingly undertaking subrogation investigation at an early stage of a claim’s life. Understanding that early recognition and action on third-party recovery potential is often won or lost in the first few … Learn More

Subrogation Investigation Heats Up Following Colorado Wildfire

At 10:30 a.m. on the morning of Thursday, December 30, 2021, two separate wildfires broke out in Boulder County, Colorado near the towns of Superior and Lafayette. One of them—known as the Middle Fork Fire—was contained later that day and … Learn More