Virginia Attorneys Skilled in Insurance Subrogation
Fairfax lawyers help claim payers recover from responsible parties
At Legum Law, PLC, we represent insurance companies, self-insureds and other collateral sources in pursuing maximum reimbursement for their payouts on all types of claims. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of collective experience in all facets of subrogation work. We carefully investigate all possible targets of compensation and devise effective and cost-efficient strategies for pursuing recoveries. Based in Fairfax, we handle matters throughout Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. and are fully equipped to assist you with recapturing your losses, including fees and costs.
Dedicated subrogation attorneys deal with claims across a full range of coverage areas
We represent insurers in subrogation cases based on policy clauses assigning them the rights and remedies of the policyholder after a payout is made. We bring subrogation and recovery claims against tortfeasors and responsible third parties in state and federal courts. Our subrogation practice touches on claims in multiple lines of insurance, including:
- Medical/health care
- Workers’ compensation
We represent our clients in pursuing parties responsible for losses arising from motor vehicle accidents, fires, floods, explosions, defective products, and premises accidents, among other types. We perform a full and careful investigation of the facts of the underlying incident, retaining properly qualified experts to assist with evaluation of injuries and damages suffered. When partial settlements have been reached in a multiparty case, we pursue claims against non-settling third parties to the extent possible under the law.
In addition, we utilize the doctrine of equitable subrogation. When an insurer or other collateral source pays off an underlying claim to protect their interests, whether or not required to do so, a subrogation claim may be permitted to achieve a fair result.
Knowledgeable attorneys work with state and federal subrogation laws
There are certain state laws that limit an insurer’s right to subrogation Under Virginia’s Anti-Subrogation Statute. Auto insurance policies may not include clauses providing for subrogation of bodily injury claims. Maryland law reduces an insurer’s subrogation claim to a percentage of the paid-out claim in certain circumstances. As litigators experienced in the Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC region, we are thoroughly familiar with local laws affecting subrogation and the ways to combat them. Some restrictions are preempted by ERISA and other federal laws, and self-insured entities and other collateral sources may be exempt.
Contact a Virginia insurance subrogation law firm for a free consultation
At our Fairfax, Virginia insurance subrogation law firm, we help insurers, self-insured and other collateral sources enforce their right to recoup monies paid out on insurance claims. We handle subrogation cases on a contingent-fee basis and you don't pay us unless we prevail. To learn more about our services and how we can assist you, call 703-385-6700 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.