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Subro on the Go Podcast
Time is money in the subrogation industry.  And knowing the timeframes of when you can pursue recovery claims is an important first step in evaluating your case, including determining the scope of your early investigation.  Whether you can or cannot bring a claim due to a pre-determined timeframe set by a specific statute is often...
In the latest episode, co-hosts, David Brisco and Joe Rich, are joined by Dan D’Imperio, Co-Director of National Subrogation Services, to discuss the role of Predictive Analytics in the subrogation industry.  Like in Back to the Future when Doc. Brown shows up at the end of the movie with a revamped flying DeLorean, the subrogation...
It’s been two years since COVID-19 not only radically changed our daily lives but altered how recovery professionals approach litigating claims. Yes, two years have passed! In the first few months of the pandemic, courts, litigators and recovery professionals quickly adapted to use readily available remote tools like Zoom, Teams and other platforms to keep...
Have you ever had a subro attorney tell you that you should file your case in state court versus federal court, or vice versa, and wondered, what’s the difference? Why would I want to be in one court versus another? In this episode of Cozen O’Connor’s Subro on the Go podcast, David Brisco is joined...
COGSA, Carmack, Allisons, and Himalaya Clause.  These terms may not mean much for a traditional property subrogation professional, but if you are going to diversify into the world of ocean marine and inland marine subro, then these are a few of the many terms you will need to become familiar with.  In this episode of...
Every subrogation case is, at its heart, a story about a loss event. As subrogation professionals, we endeavor to tell a story of the loss event and resulting damages in the most effective way possible, using photos and videos as our tools to explain liability and damages issues. Ultimately, we use our story as a...
Smart smoke detectors, vehicle data on key fobs, and geofencing are just a few of the new internet of things technologies emerging today. Subrogation professionals need to be aware of this ever-growing industry, including what new sources of data it provides to the subro investigation and what new types of claims may arise. In this...
Government tort claims come in a variety of shapes and sizes – broken city water main floods, bridge collapses, dam failures, government vehicles crashing into your insured’s building, etc. And just as the types of losses vary, so do the requirements regarding both placing the government entity on notice and tort cap on your recovery....
Do you have a subro question that you are anxious to ask?  Then welcome to Subro Mailbag.  In this episode, Cozen O’Connor Subro on the Go hosts David Brisco and Joe Rich read and answer questions from our podcast listeners on a variety of subro topics. How do you describe subrogation to friends and family? How...
Will any expert do? Choosing the right expert is one of the most important decisions to be made in a subrogation investigation.  Asking the question of whether an expert is required for your claim is easy; answering the question requires thinking about several complex factors. In this episode, Cozen O’Connor subrogation attorneys David Brisco, Joe...
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