Harleysville Insurance Company of New York a/s/o Tiffany Towers, Ltd. and Tiffany Towers Ltd., individually v. The City of White Plains

This subrogation action against the City of White Plains resulted in CLF winning a Summary Judgment motion on behalf of Harleysville Insurance Company for its full measure of damages, plus the insureds deductible and statutory interests at 9% from the date of loss plus statutory costs incurred in bringing the action in excess of $112,000.  The Defendant City of White Plains damaged Harleysville’s subrogee’s building when a garbage truck owned and operated by the City of White Plains backed into the structure causing extensive damages.  We filed an Order to Show Cause to se

Great American Insurance Company of New York, Evanston Insurance Company, and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford as subrogees of Top Line Construction Corporation v. Public Service Gas and Electric

Canter Law Firm P.C. commenced this property subrogation action in NJ Superior Court in Essex County on behalf of Great American Insurance Company of New York, Evanston Insurance Company, and National Fire Insurance Company of Hartford  which involved damage to brand new Wirtgen Model W-250 Milling Machine following a catastrophic fire and explosion.  After the action was commenced and during the course of disocvery proceedings, the case action settled for $550,000.

Illinois Union Insurance Company v. A. Calvi, Inc.

This subrogation action, venued in Westchester County Supreme Court involved water damage due to the alleged negligent installation of a sprinkler system. The case ultimately settled for $96,500.

Lloyds Open Market v. Lisi Towing, Inc.

This subrogation action, venued in U.S.D.C. (S.D.N.Y.) involved a property damage and business interruption claim as a result of a stone crusher which was damaged in transport. After extensive discovery proceedings, the case settled in the amount of $395,000.

Great American Insurance Company v. Pasqual Reyes

This subrogation case involved a gas explosion in Iowa which ultimately settled for the policy limit of the defendant of $100,000.

Westchester Fire Insurance Company v. Devos

This property subrogation matter involved a fire at the Fairfiled Inn in Connecticut. CLF resolved this matter of $100,000 after extensive settlement negotiations.

[Intentionally omitted] V. MDN Air Conditioning, Inc.

This subrogation action involved a house fire caused by a sub-contractor who used a torch to sweat pipes in an air-conditioning unit. After commencing an action in Westchester County, N.Y. and extensive discovery proceedings, Mr. Canter settled this matter for the defendant’s policy limit of $500,000.

Fireman's Fund Insurance Company v. Dezer Properties, Inc.

This subrogation case involved water damage to a Manhattan furrier. At trial in New York County, the case settled before commencement of jury selection for $160,000.

Great American Insurance Co. v. Central Sprinkler Corporation

This New Jersey subrogation claim involved failure of a sprinkler head, causing water damage to the insured's commercial building. In Union County Superior Court, New Jersey, on the day of trial, Mr. Canter settled for $105,000. 

Gerling Insurance Co. v. Anchor TB, Inc. et al.

This New Jersey subrogation claim involved a massive fire in a warehouse that stored hazardous chemicals. After commencing an action, conducting extensive depositions and discovery proceedings in New Jersey Superior Court, on the eve of trial Mr. Canter settled the case for $465,000.


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