Nationwide Subrogation Recovery Attorneys


Our law office represents insurance companies and third party administrators across the United States on property damage subrogation. We work on a contingency fee basis, not charging a fee unless we collect. Our staff has years of experience in subrogation, both in law firms and in insurance companies.


A client or insured may have to file a claim with their own insurance company if the other side refuses to pay.  We help collect these deductibles and any other related out of pocket expenses from the at fault party and their insurance company.

Totaled Vehicle

Losses from a totaled vehicle can be financially devastating. Laws vary from state to state as to the amount of allowed downtime and lost income for a totaled vehicle.  We work with our clients to calculate their true losses and pursue the adverse party for payment.

Repaired Vehicle

Significant repairs to a tractor or trailer may take weeks or months. This can cripple a small trucking business. We encourage our clients and insureds to make sure they are properly mitigating their losses where possible. We welcome calls to discuss how best to get a business back on the road and keep it running.

Cargo Damage

Cargo is often damaged in accidents. Our office pursues the wrongful party for any cargo losses that are billed to or paid by our clients.

Repair Disputes

When a mechanic makes a mistake on a heavy equipment repair, it can be very expensive for the owner.  Disputes regarding negligence, lost income, and the mechanic’s bill are handled frequently in our office.

Specialty Equipment

Many owner operators and fleets operate with equipment which cannot be readily rented from their motor carrier or a rental company like Ryder or Penske. This may include APU units, specially installed communication devices, specialty trailers, special pumps, hoses, headache rack, sleeper, etc. It is difficult to earn a living while damaged equipment is out of use.  We work with clients to prove to adverse parties why mitigation of damages is not be possible with certain equipment.

Diminution of Value

Once a vehicle has been in an accident, its value may decrease. Our office pursues this loss of value against the at-fault party through the assistance of valuation experts and other resources.


Are you an owner-operator who has been hit through no fault of your own?

You may have the right to recover lost income for the days your equipment was down and unable to operate.