Munck Wilson Mandala has added new partner Craig Douglass to the firm’s large loss property subrogation practice. Douglass represents clients in large commercial property subrogation litigation involving tort, construction, products liability, and insurance coverage issues.  He previously worked at the Law Offices of James K. Laroe, P.C.

“I have worked with Craig for several years and observed his strong work ethic and impressive trial skills,” said Mark Moran, chair of MWM’s subrogation practice.  “He will add depth to our practice and help us better serve our expansive client list.  We are pleased to have him join the team.”

Douglass brings more than 30 years of legal experience representing insurance companies and other clients in complex litigation cases involving multiple defendants, contract and insurance coverage analysis, and damages ranging from hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars.  He has successfully litigated property damage and construction defect cases throughout the U.S.

MWM’s large loss property subrogation practice now has three seasoned partners with a combined 79 years of legal experience serving clients throughout the country in matters involving structural collapses, fire losses, catastrophic weather losses, industrial accidents, product liability cases and other large loss matters.  The MWM subrogation team is well-known for early investigation, resourceful evaluation, and diligent prosecution.  The team has built an extensive network of experts and local counsel to represent clients anywhere in the country.

Douglass is a member of the State Bar of Texas and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review rated attorney.  He received his J.D. from Southern Methodist University School of Law.

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