Investigation and analysis are key in subrogation matters. Weber Gallagher urges clients to notify the firm immediately after a loss. We will assist with the prompt retention of forensic experts and, if appropriate, join them at the loss site to manage the investigation. The aim is to recover evidence, ensure that it is properly preserved, and analyze it to determine potential third-party responsibility. The origin of our clients’ cases vary, from structural collapses and gas leaks to fires and hurricanes. In addition to handling these more traditional subrogation cases for insurance carriers, we also recover for self-insureds in such areas as information loss, workers’ compensation, and bonds.