Legal Advice for Subrogation — 24 results
Written by attorney Jonathan Peirce, 8 months ago.
After someone is involved in an automobile collision, they often hear the words "subrogation," "subrogated," "subrogate," and even "subro" from their insurance company and/or their attorney.... more
Written by attorney Samuel Cohen, 9 months ago.
Many people who decide to go it alone without an attorney find themselves receiving a letter after they have settled their case and signed a release that some entity is seeking to recover... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Winocour, about 2 years ago.
Imagine, heaven forbid, you've been injured in a car wreck in Texas.
The driver who hit you was drunk. Fortunately, he carried the required minimum amount of liability insurance, $30,000.... more
Written by attorney William Doutt, almost 3 years ago.
What is Subrogation and How Does
is essentially a right to reimbursement.
In a personal injury case, subrogation allows an insurance company to
recover the money... more
Written by attorney Gregory Colburn, over 1 year ago.
In an ideal world, thevictim of a motor vehicle collisionor other type of accident will have health insurance coverage in addition to their auto insurance policy, which should also include... more
Written by attorney David Folkenflik, almost 2 years ago.
All too often, in the course of settling personal injury claims, we are faced with this very common question from clients: "Why do I have to pay back my health insurance company?"
Written by attorney Joshua Shulman, almost 3 years ago.
"Subrogation." Wikipedia has a
full definition: circumstances in
which an insurance company tries to recoup expenses for a claim it paid out
when another party should have been... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Nolley, almost 3 years ago.
As a car accident victim, it is often confusing to hear words like "subrogation" and "Mahler reduction" thrown around by your personal injury attorney. This guide is an attempt to break... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Fultz, almost 4 years ago.
a. Lien claim, encumbrance or charge on property for payment of some debt, obligation or duty may be created by statute, contract, or common law
i. Personal injury situation liens
Written by attorney James Todd Tenge, over 3 years ago.
What is Subrogation? Subrogation is where the insurance company who paid health insurance benefits to you as a result of the care you received to treat your accident related injuries is... more