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(Editor’s Note: This article was contributed by William N. Clark, Jr., a member of the subrogation and recovery department at Cozen O’Connor.)

2012 was significant for decisions impacting property damage and workers’ compensation subrogation. Several state Supreme Courts and Federal Circuit Courts tackled everything from immunity to repair costs that will affect subrogation claims for years to come. Here is a brief look at these decisions and the potential future implications for claims professionals.

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