Romaine Calm: Lettuce Discuss Food Recalls and the Recoveries You’ve Been Leaving on the Table
Recently there has been an increase in food recall claims. From listeria to salmonella, contaminated lettuce to eggs, allergens, etc., food recall issues are more prominent than ever. Conservative estimates place the average cost of a food recall to a business at $10 million. This trend has caused manufacturers to procure insurance to protect themselves from such risk. With increased underwriting of these claims, comes the potential for subrogation as well.
Brian Tetro and Ben Staherski will co-present at the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Annual Conference. Their presentation, “Romaine Calm: Lettuce Discuss Food Recalls and the Recoveries You’ve Been Leaving on the Table,” will expose the audience to this niche field and educate them on the unique aspects of subrogating in the food arena.