National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Annual Conference

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Event Description

Dana Horton are John O'Brien are among the speakers presenting as part of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Annual Conference.

Dana will be a panelist for the session on "Fire Debris Analysis: Science and Litigation in the Ashes" Fire debris analysis plays a crucial role in civil insurance litigation claims by providing scientific evidence to support or refute claims related to fire/explosion incidents. Through the analysis of debris samples, experts can identify the presence of ignitable/volatile organic compounds, determine the origin and cause of the fire, and potentially assess the actions or responsibilities of the parties involved. This evidence strengthens the credibility of the case and helps claims or subrogation specialists make informed decisions on coverage or liability.

John will be co-presenting the program "Valuation of Large Contents/Personal Property Losses," which  will introduce attendees to the methodology for valuation of large contents/personal property losses. In addition, the session will cover the challenges that arise from losses involving luxury goods and losses involving a high number of items. The session will also cover the topic of establishing depreciation/fair market value for a contents loss and help attendees defend an attack on the insurer’s personal property subrogation damages. 

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Dana M. Horton

Robinson+Cole, Partner

John E. O'Brien Jr.

Robinson+Cole, Partner


The Broadmoor, 1 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80906