Experienced Subrogation Attorneys
Carpenter & Schumacher, P.C., is widely known throughout Texas and nationally for its experience in handling subrogation claims. For more than 20 years, we have fought tenaciously for insurers in large-loss subrogation.
We have handled cases ranging from small automobile collisions to catastrophic fires and explosions. For our clients, we have recovered damages for losses ranging from less than $100,000 to more than $20 million. We work with law firms throughout the United States to meet the needs of our clients.
Our lawyers are prepared to respond immediately to your subrogation matter. Call us at 972-403-1133.
Our attorneys have successfully handled a broad range of subrogation claims, including losses from:
- Property and casualty
- Fires and explosions
- Commercial and residential property
- Water losses
- Construction losses
- Structural/building collapses
- Commercial transportation accidents
- Automobile accidents
- Product liability
- Inland and ocean marine
Our lawyers will prepare a creative and detailed approach to identify all possible technical and legal issues relating to subrogation claims against third parties to ensure an expeditious, cost-effective and solid recovery.
Our attorneys have extensive experience handling complex subrogation cases. We use the leading experts in the appropriate fields, thereby maximizing your recovery. For example, we have assembled the most knowledgeable and credible forensic experts, origin and cause investigators, engineers, chemists and fire protection specialists to determine the root causes of our clients’ claims. We also utilize sophisticated, state-of-the-art technology and resources to prosecute our clients’ subrogation cases. Based on the facts of the loss, our lawyers will provide you with a detailed analysis of the recovery potential and advise you accordingly.
You can benefit from our ability to maximize your recovery on your subrogation claim, whether through trial or settlement. For more information about our subrogation practice, please call us at 972-403-1133.
Delivering On Our Promise To Clients
The way insurance companies view subrogation claims has changed dramatically over the years. Subrogation has evolved from a philosophy of “found money” to that of a “bottom line.” Maximizing your recovery demands the best and most talented subrogation counsel in the industry, and we have delivered on our promise to exceed our clients’ expectations.
Don’t be caught up in thinking you need a large national law firm to handle your subrogation cases in Texas. Carpenter & Schumacher, P.C., can provide maximum recoveries on your subrogation claims combined with prompt, courteous and personal service tailored to your goals.
Fire And Explosion Recoveries
Fire and explosion losses give rise to the potential for subrogation recovery more often than any other event. From claim evaluation and site investigation to settlement or verdict, our lawyers will handle your case every step of the way to ensure a successful recovery.
One key to successful subrogation of a fire or explosion loss is an immediate onsite investigation. Our attorneys and investigators aim to be at the scene of the loss within hours. Examining evidence is vital in determining the cause of loss. As time passes, insurers face more obstacles and miss more opportunities that can diminish their recovery.
Our lawyers have established relationships with a large network of cause-and-origin experts, engineers and other key industry experts to collect and preserve sensitive evidence. We can assist with investigating issues such as:
- Code compliance
- Electrical, mechanical and sprinkler system failures
- Fire and explosion spread theories
Our attorneys have more than 66 years of combined experience handling fire-loss litigation and subrogation recoveries on behalf of national and regional insurance companies.
When a catastrophe occurs, let the attorneys at Carpenter & Schumacher, P.C., provide you with the best representation possible. For more information, call us at 972-403-1133. We are active members of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP).