Unusual Checks and Balances – Proving Out-of-the-Ordinary Damage
Some cases go beyond the typical proofs involved for repairing/replacing a home, assessing the diminution in value of a home, and determining the value of ordinary household goods. For instance, the value of extensive art or jewelry collections, the value of stem samples that have become inviable, and quantifying the amount of stigma to a real property or a business, are all examples of out-of-the ordinary damages which subrogation professionals may encounter. This presentation will discuss these and similar examples of unusual damages, as well as the appropriate damage proofs, drawing primarily upon their own experience.
- Matt Ferrie, Partner, White and Williams LLP
- Gus Sara, Associate, White and Williams LLP