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In the context of insurance, “subrogation” is the legal or equitable principal by which a carrier “steps into the shoes” of its insured after having made payment on a claim. The art of subrogation is an opportunity for a carrier to recover money paid under its policy and allow the ultimate burden of a loss to be borne by the responsible party. Subrogation is not an economical or viable pursuit on all losses. However, with prompt and thorough investigation and awareness of both legal and practical road blocks to recovery, the effort can be performed economically while adding significant amounts of money back to the bottom line of the company. To attain these efficiencies and to posture a loss appropriately, the art of subrogation requires experience and, at times, true creativity.

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