Fire destroyed the 1.2 million square foot MacFrugal’s warehouse in New Orleans. The loss was over $100 million. It is the largest arson fire in Louisiana history. Rogge Dunn was hired to pursue subrogation. After 5 years of litigation and more than 100 depositions, he obtained confidential settlements.
HAZMAT experts worked for months to discover the cause of the chemical fire in the HDI warehouse in Houston, Texas. The fire and chemical release caused more than $100 million in damages and resulted in a subrogation lawsuit and two class actions with more than 3,500 plaintiffs. Attorneys in our firm represented 19 carriers and insureds and obtained confidential settlements.
When a turbine failed in Oklahoma, Rogge Dunn was hired to represent the B&M carrier and a regional utility. Among the thousands of documents produced, he was able to prove that the manufacturer altered a metallurgical report. He obtained a confidential settlement–despite the standard disclaimer clause used by the turbine manufacturing industry.
Eight property carriers hired the Firm to pursue subrogation arising out of multiple turbine failures in Brazil. The loss exceeded $60 million.
After more than a hundred depositions and thousands of hours of work, the attorneys in our firm defeated the alarm industry’s standard disclaimer clause used by ADT and won a $58 million subrogation verdict for our clients.
Rogge Dunn at the National Guard Air Field in Metairie, Louisiana, investigating a multi-million dollar water and wind damage loss caused by Hurricane Georges.
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