By

Daniel J. Luccaro
Too often in cases involving stolen property, subrogating carriers do not look any further than the actual thieves for potential subrogation targets. For a variety of reasons, even if they are identified and apprehended, the thieves may not be viable subrogation targets. However, where the sale of the stolen property can be traced, you may...
A call comes in regarding a new large fire loss. Based on the preliminary information from the insured, it sounds like there may be subrogation potential. The adjuster promptly retains a cause and origin investigator to go to the scene. However, the cause and origin investigator shows up only to find that an overzealous restoration...