Shannon M. Warren, Esq.

PARTNER - UEHLEIN & ASSOCIATES, LLC | VICE PRESIDENT - LARGE LOSS & LITIGATION

Shannon M. Warren, Esq.

Shannon M. Warren, Esq. has been working in the legal industry for eighteen years and focuses her practice exclusively on insurance subrogation. Shannon consistently handles cases involving catastrophic property damages, cargo claims, and maritime losses. Shannon has extensive experience handling complex cases immediately following the loss to  identify and develop theories of liability, retain and oversee experts, and ensure that all aspects of subrogation claims are strategically advanced to maximize recovery potential. Shannon represents insurers throughout the United States and has maximized recoveries by utilizing her aggressive and strategic litigation and negotiation skills. Shannon is creative and insightful when handling her clients’ cases and is a trusted advisor to her clients.

Shannon advises insurance companies regarding a wide range of subrogation matters involving construction defects, product liability, professional negligence, cargo and other causes of action. She regularly orchestrates joint inspections of large losses involving fires, water discharges, and mechanical failures.

Shannon previously served as Director of Subrogation Services of ISG and Litigation Counsel for Uehlein & Associates, LLC (“U&A”) for approximately three and a half years. After being a member of White and Williams’ subrogation department for over two years, she decided to return to the ISG and U&A family and became a member of the Executive Leadership Team and a partner at U&A.

Additionally, Shannon draws upon her wide breadth of experience working in a variety of law firms’ and public agencies’ litigation practices. Before and during law school, Shannon worked with a team of litigators that successfully defended an extremely complex and high stakes toxic tort class action.

Shannon also clerked for the Minnesota Attorney General’s office and spent over a year on numerous high-profile consumer protection cases in the complex litigation division. Prior to focusing her practice exclusively on subrogation, Shannon worked on complex intellectual property litigation in a large Boston firm.

Shannon is an active member of National Association of Subrogation Professional (NASP) and Claims Litigation Management (CLM). She is an Editor of NASP’s Subrogator magazine and regularly contributes articles. Shannon also regularly speaks at conferences and industry events.

Events

  • The Four Headed Monster – How to Satisfy all Four Elements of a Negligence Claim NEFCO Fire Investigation Evidence Lab Facility (Rochester, NH) | September 19, 2019
  • Fire Spread – Beyond Origin and Cause, NASP Webinar | September 17, 2019
  • Site UnScene: Strategies for Claims Investigations with Challenging Site Requirements or Limited Evidence, Subrogation Social (Waltham, MA) | May 30, 2019
  • The Breaking Point: Managing Expenses with Low-Valued Subrogation Cases, CLM Webinar Series | May 9, 2018
  • Identification of Critical Issues in the Early Stages of the Subrogation Investigation, NEFCO Fire Investigators (Rochester, NH) | March 15, 2018
  • Multiple Failures: The Difference Between Science and Magic, CLM Annual Conference in Dallas, TX (virtual) | March 20,2020
  • Honky Tank Problems – Subrogation Opportunities Involving Fuel Tank Failures NASP Spring Conference in Nashville, TN (virtual) | April 24, 2020

Publications

  • Not So Smart, Subrogator | Fall/Winter 2020
  • Avoiding the Litigation Labyrinth, Subrogator | Spring/Summer 2020
  • In Indiana, Component Manufacturers Have a Limited Duty to Equip Products with Safety Features, The Subrogation Strategist | August 12, 2019
  • When an Insurer Proceeds as Subrogee, Defendants Cannot Assert Contribution Claims Against the Insured, The Subrogation Strategist | May 14, 2019
  • Privileged Communications With a Testifying Client/Expert, The Subrogation Strategist | April 30, 2019
  • Rhode Island Examines a Property Owner’s Intended Beneficiary Status and the Economic Loss Doctrine in the Context of a Construction Contract, The Subrogation Strategist | March 8, 2019
  • In Massachusetts, the Statute of Repose Applies to Consumer Protection Claims Against Building Contractors, The Subrogation Strategist | January 4, 2019
  • Ohio Rejects the Majority Trend and Finds No Liability Coverage for a Subcontractor’s Faulty Work, The Subrogation Strategist | November 27, 2018
  • Utah’s Highest Court Holds That Plaintiffs Must Properly Commence an Action to Rely on the Relation-Back Doctrine to Overcome the Statute of Repose, The Subrogation Strategist | August 7, 2018
  • Northern District of Mississippi Finds That Non-Work Property Damages Are Not Subject to AIA’s Waiver of Subrogation Clause, The Subrogation Strategist | June 27, 2018
  • Finding Plaintiff Intentionally Spoliated Evidence, the Northern District of Indiana Imposes Sanctions, The Subrogation Strategist | March 6, 2018
  • Texas Clarifies the Notice Requirements for Damages Resulting from Construction Defects, The Subrogation Strategist | October 19, 2017
  • Shall We Share: Balancing the Benefits of Joining Forces and the Risks of Potential Conflicts,
    Subrogator | Winter 2017
  • Subrogating Security: The Importance of Protecting Private Data, Subrogator | Fall 2016