Revenues achieved through an effective subrogation and recovery program can significantly enhance the profitability of claims and underwriting operations.  Frith Anderson & Peake is dedicated to maximizing subrogation recoveries on behalf of the insurance industry from legally responsible third parties.  Our subrogation work includes recovery for insurers in the areas of personal lines, workers’ compensation, fire, casualty, fidelity and surety bonds, uninsured motorist, ERISA, group health and disability, and med pay insurance.

Our firm represents major property and casualty underwriters as well as reinsures, self-insurers, and third-party administrators with respect to their subrogation and recovery claims. We are focused on providing timely and accurate investigation and analysis of losses for subrogation and recovery potential, including on-site investigation where appropriate.  The services we provide in subrogation cases include: retention and management of experts; conducting technical and legal research; ensuring the proper preservation of evidence; coordinating the inspection of the loss site and evidence by adverse parties and their representatives; negotiation or alternative dispute resolution with adverse parties and/or their insurers; and litigation through the federal and state court systems.

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All of Frith Anderson & Peake’s attorneys are experienced insurance defense attorneys.  We are well-versed in all aspects of insurance-related litigation, from claims investigation to questions involving coverage to litigation in trial courts, appellate courts and the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission. In addition to our insurance-defense litigation practice, we offer the following services to insurers: Coverage Analysis & Opinions As a result of our firm’s longstanding and broad insurance-defense practice, we have extensive experience with coverage disputes in every area of law in which we practice.  Coverage issues can range from simple, narrow questions to disputes involving multiple insurance companies...

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