When it comes to mediation, it is said attorneys settle theirgood cases and try their bad ones.

But does the same hold true for subrogation? Do claim professionals settletheir good files and arbitrate their not so great claims?

Does it make sense to pursue subrogation for an auto incidentand what is the likelihood that your company would prevail inintercompany arbitration?

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