Large Loss Subrogation
KRCL's Large Loss Subrogation Group is comprised of experienced lawyers who are leaders in the subrogation field. The Group provides legal representation to clients in connection with substantial property damage nationwide. The Group’s broad range of subrogation experience includes prosecution and recovery of claims arising from major catastrophic events such as fires, explosions, hurricanes, structural collapses, construction defects, boiler, machinery & equipment failures, gas & water leaks, and a variety of nature-induced losses such as wildfires, windstorms, floods, marine and inland marine losses.
The Group handles the most complex claims for many of the world’s leading insurers and re-insurance companies, self-insured companies, third-party administrators, and independent adjustment companies in high profile, large-dollar losses.
The Group has a proven combination of skill and judgment critical to maximizing recoveries. The attorneys regularly counsel clients with regard to early intervention and resolution. KRCL assists clients in gathering and preserving evidence and helps supervise on-site investigation to allow the Group to aggressively pursue the clients’ subrogation rights. KRCL’s attorneys work closely with clients to effectively evaluate issues presented by a loss and determine the most appropriate course of action for recovery.
KRCL attorneys are acutely aware that subrogation disputes can be costly and time consuming undertakings. Consequently, our attorneys focus on minimizing the impact of litigation while at the same time aggressively moving disputes forward without delay or unnecessary expense—whether that be through dispositive motion practice or alternative dispute resolution.
Attorneys in the Large Loss Subrogation Group are frequent authors and lecturers for many organizations, including the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP), National Economic Research Association (NERA), Property Loss Research Bureau (PLRB), as well as bar associations and clients in the insurance industry.