Defendant attorney in this legal malpractice case worked for the insurance company [oh, yes, and for the defendant estate]. It took the case, estimed a verdict of $ 300,000 – $ 600,000 and suffered a verdict of $ 78 million, later reduced to about $ 16 million. Subrogation? Privity? May the insurer sue the attorney it presented to the client? In this case: No. Details of case.