Spoliation: Donít Destroy Your Case By Losing Evidence |
fast forward two years to when a colleague working in liability claims
calls and tells you she has received the subrogation lawsuit suit filed by
the downstairs businessís carrier, alleging your (and her) insured should
have known of the defective wiring and seeking the $500,000 paid to the
company below. She is not happy to learn that the evidence her electrical
engineer needs in order to evaluate the insuredís defense is long gone
because you approved its destruction. Worse, she now has to face charges of
spoliation from the plaintiff insurance company.
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