ConnorsLaw proudly announces that Robert F. Horn, Esquire, formerly of White and Williams, has joined the firm as a partner in its Subrogation Practice Group.
Bob will chair the Subrogation Group, as Bob has extensive experience representing businesses and insurers seeking equitable relief in the form of subrogation recoveries against responsible parties.
In addition to his extensive experience in the field of subrogation, Bob also has casualty defense experience, in the areas of motor vehicle and premises liability matters, as well as in employment law and product liability.
He brings an extensive litigation background to ConnorsLaw having been an Associate with White and Williams for several years, prior to which Bob was an attorney with Allstate’s local counsel office.
Chairing our Subrogation Practice Group, Bob represents a variety of major insurance carriers, and individual Claimants, in the course of securing complex recoveries in cases involving products liability, negligence, construction accidents, and premises liability litigation. In addition to recovering liens in workers’ compensation subrogation cases, Bob has often negotiated the closure of the future workers’ compensation benefits under a global settlement of all aspects of the claim.
Bob routinely practices throughout the United States, using the services of local counsel under a special program being implemented by our Subrogation Group.
Bob enjoys Bar admissions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, as well as before several Federal Courts, to include:
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania;
- United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania;
- United States District Court for the District of New Jersey;
- United States District Court for the Southern District of New York;
- United States Supreme Court.
Bob is a 1996 graduate of Widener University School of Law, where he received the American Jurisprudence Award for Insurance. After graduating, he earned an Arts and Skills Trial Advocacy Diploma from the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
He graduated from West Chester University in 1982, where he also studied at the University of Oregon in the National Student Exchange Program.
Bob has also been a presenter and speaker at multiple conferences dealing with subrogation issues, having spoken on the following topics:
- Subrogating the Slip and Fall Claim;
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Recovery: Premises Liability;
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Recovery: Negligence versus Products Liability;
- Protecting Privilege in a Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Case;
- Subrogating the Slip and Fall Claim;
- Subrogation Investigation;
- Workers’ Compensation Subrogation In New Jersey;
- Theory Behind Your Workers’ Compensation Subrogation Investigation;
- Good Faith Claims Handling Practice Based On Your Theory of Liability;
- The Theory Behind Your Subrogation Investigation.
Bob would welcome the opportunity to represent clients in subrogation-related matters, and he is always available to assist clients with training and investigations.
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Defending liability-based lawsuits throughout Pennsylvania, on behalf of insurance carriers, third-party administrators, and self-insured businesses and corporations, our 100+ years of cumulative experience defending our clients against negligence and occurrence-based liabilities, empowers our Subrogation Practice Trial Group attorneys to be entrusted to create the factual and legal leverage to expeditiously resolve lawsuits and claims, in the course of limiting/reducing/extinguishing our clients’ potential liabilities under Pennsylvania’s common law, trial practices, and rules of civil procedure.
With every member of our trial practice group being AV-rated, our partnership with the Pennsylvania Defense Institute and the Counsel on Litigation Management magnifies the lens through which our professional expertise imperiously demands that we remain dynamic and exacting advocates for our clients, the same being businesses, corporations, insurance carriers, seeking our trial and litigation acumen, to navigate the frustrating and liability-intensive minefield pervasive throughout Pennsylvania trial practice and procedure.
Questions concerning tort and/or contract liability that might arise in the context of casualty claims can be directed to Kevin L. Connors firstname.lastname@example.org (Phone: 610-524-2100 Ext. 112).