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Indianapolis Insurance Subrogation Lawyer

The attorneys at Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP in Indianapolis practice insurance subrogation law in Indiana to help insurers, insureds and third parties assert their rights in coverage and liability disputes.

First Party and Third Party Subrogation Attorneys

At Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP our insurance subrogation lawyers are experienced in all manner of personal injury and wrongful death claims and the insurance subrogation issues that go along with them. Our experienced auto accident attorneys not only deal with liability issues in at-fault and uninsured motorist claims but also enforcement of judgment matters as well, such as wage garnishments or levies on bank accounts. In other negligence claims, from premises liability to defective products cases, our lawyers investigate thoroughly and look for all factors and parties which may have caused or contributed to an accident.

In addition to liability insurance policies, subrogation issues can arise in cases of property-casualty loss, where the insurer suspects the insured of culpability. We represent parties in resolving disputes surrounding questionable claims such as:

  • Staged auto accidents
  • Suspicious fires
  • Suspicious auto theft
  • Loss of boats and other marine property
  • Other questionable burglaries or thefts

Seek Experienced Legal Representation with Your Indiana Insurance Subrogation Matter

For serious litigation representation and effective resolution of your Indiana insurance subrogation matter, contact Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP at our offices in Indianapolis.

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