Showing 2 posts from September 2013.

Breach of Contract

A cause of action for breach of contract is essentially just what it sounds like. Two parties enter into a valid contract. Party A does what is it supposed to, and Party B doesn’t. As a result, Party A suffers some kind of injury. Party A sues. These are the basics of a breach of contract claim. Read More ›

Cause and Origin Determination Methodology

When a large loss, such as a structural collapse, fire, explosion, or environmental pollutant release occurs, one of the first steps of the subrogation team is to determine the cause and origin (also known as the root cause) of the loss. Read More ›