Published May 24, 2012
The Columbia law firm of Collins & Lacy has launched a new area of practice for subrogation claims in the areas of construction, property loss and products liability.
The practice is spearheaded by Joseph McCue, chairman of the firm’s construction practice group, and attorney James “Lee” Floyd, who practices in insurance coverage, products liability and commercial transportation.
“We are excited to springboard into this new opportunity to pursue the interests of businesses and insurers through our existing representation of construction, transportation and insurance clients in other matters,” McCue said.
Subrogation is a niche area of legal representation in which insurers or other third parties pursue recovery from responsible parties for amounts paid for losses caused by casualties such as fires, explosions, structural collapses, machinery and equipment failures, utility malfunctions or commercial transportation accidents.