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A shuttle bus caught on fire sitting in a driveway. The suspects at large are the vehicle’s manufacturer, a company that installed new parts on the vehicle and the company that was transporting the vehicle. What failed? Who’s to blame? Our investigators made that determination.
Chimney fires cause $246 million in property damage every year, but how can you be sure that the problems aren’t caused by maintenance issues or normal wear and tear? Chimney sweeps or other professionals may claim that they can tell if a chimney fire has occurred just from looking at the outside of the chimney, but is this reliable?
Are you forgetting a basic step that could help you find more subrogation? What can you do when you suspect subrogation may be an option? The following tips can get you started, or finished, the next time you’re thinking about subrogation after a fire.
The story you are about to read is true. Only the names have been removed to protect the innocent. A fire occurred in a manufacturing plant that was contained to one area, only damaging the air filtration system and an automated lathe. What caused the fire?
When it comes to fire investigations how do you know if your investigator is mediocre or the best around? Obviously, the main point of any fire investigation is to determine the cause of the fire. Is just anyone with an answer good enough for you? Anyone can produce a report, but there’s more to it than that.
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