Whitemore, Robert. Subrogation - A Legal and Investigative Perspective.
Inside Fire. Ward & Whitemore. July, 1996.
Abstract: Subrogation refers to replacing an item or substituting
something. This article outlines different items at a fire scene that could
have been intentionally substituted to purposely fail and start a fire.
The article lists different clues to look for while investigating to identify
parts that may have been intentionally replaced. The article covers electrical
systems, heating systems, appliances, and fire detectors.
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