Attorneys at Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn are experienced in assisting entities recover for their losses. We litigate cases against drunk drivers, contractors and others who cause damage to property. We also pursue damages on behalf of public utilities for illegal diversion of power, which is a growing problem in California and can be a fruitful area of recovery for public agencies. Under California law, electricity providers can recover three times the amount of actual damages (treble damages) from persons who steal power, plus costs of suit and reasonable attorneys’ fees. Our broad range of experience allows us to meet the varying needs of our clients.
Our attorneys understand that in order for subrogation to be successful, the entity needs to increase revenues without substantially increasing costs. It is our goal to provide effective yet efficient representation. Our experience in helping entities to recover for their losses allows us to provide effective legal representation at a reasonable cost. We understand the importance of early negotiation with insurance companies and responsible parties, but we have the experience and skill to take a case through trial in order to maximize the entity’s recovery. Once a judgment is obtained, our attorneys have the skills to help our clients legally enforce the judgment and obtain recovery.
Public and private entities who are looking for new ways to increase revenue should not overlook the potential to recover from third parties who damage or steal property.
With offices in Sacramento CA and Irvine CA, the lawyers at Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn can support clients across California, in subrogation matters.