Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C. (MWL) handles all aspects of automobile and fleet subrogation. From property damage to Medical Payment (Med Pay) to Personal Injury Personal (PIP) subrogation, our attorneys aggressively pursue nationwide auto subrogation for dozens of our insurance clients. We are the authors of Automobile Insurance Subrogation In All 50 States, published by Juris Publishing, Inc., New York, which is considered the “Bible” for any insurance company writing personal lines or commercial automobile insurance. A complete understanding of each state’s laws to an automobile claim allows us to promptly and aggressively pursue your recovery dollars.
Med Pay and PIP subrogation remains the most prevalent, yet least understood, area of subrogation. Why not utilize the aggressive subrogation program of the subrogation firm who literally wrote the book on the subject? MWL stands ready to flex its subrogation muscle on your behalf on files large and small. We take every file seriously – no matter the size.
Auto property subrogation requires a Midas touch. You must be aggressive and proactive while understanding that you cannot spend yourself into a successful subrogation recovery. A streamlined and cost-effective approach to subrogation of these claims is necessary, which is why MWL utilizes legal assistants and reasonably-priced vendors around the country to arrive at a final result which represents more than a moral victory for our clients.
MWL also represents owners and insurers of fleets, including major auto manufacturers, on a national basis. Subrogation against test drivers, permissive users, operators of loaner vehicles and rental cars, are the hallmark of property subrogation in the fleet context. We have compiled bodies of law regarding rental and fleet vehicles and effectively subrogate for our clients in this area throughout North America. If you experience a large dealership, fleet, or auto auction yard flood loss, MWL has a subrogation track record sufficient to convince you that we should be your first call.