Looking North: An Introduction to Subrogating in Canada


In our current episode, co-host, Joe Rich, speaks with some of our Canadian Litigators about the differences in pursuing subrogation claims in Canada versus the U.S. Joe is joined by Pamela Pengelley, Office Managing Counsel of our Firm’s Toronto Office, and David Huard, Office Managing Counsel for our Quebec Office, to discuss topics such as how subrogation rights arise in Canadian property losses, who controls the recovery effort, made whole issues, the pace of litigation, and some key differences among Canadian Provinces. Pamela and David have extensive experience handling subrogation claims in various Canadian Provinces and their discussion with Joe provides a great overview of the unique aspects of subrogating in Canada.

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About The Authors

Joseph (Joe) F. Rich is a member of the firm, where he practices in the firm's Subrogation & Recovery Department. Joe concentrates his practice in the areas of subrogation and recovery, insurance litigation and civil litigation arising out of a wide variety of property damage events, such as fires, mechanical system failures, sprinkler system failures, building collapses, product failures and defects, and roofing failures and deficiencies. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia, Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. In addition, Joe is member of the bar of the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico and he has experience litigating subrogation and recovery matters for clients in the District of Puerto Rico.

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