When it comes to subrogation, the name of the game is ID. If you don't ID the subrogation you are going to miss the recovery. It is a pretty simple formula. Despite this, many opportunities do get missed as our industry-leading subrogation experts see in routine closed file audits. (Credit: VanderWolf Images/Shutterstock.com) When it comes to subrogation, the name of the game is ID. If you don't ID the subrogation, you are going to miss the recovery. It is a pretty simple formula. Despite this, many opportunities do get missed, as our industry-leading subrogation experts see in routine closed file audits. (Credit: VanderWolf Images/Shutterstock.com)

My very first "subrogation cash cow" article was published back in 2010, followed by a series of educational training modules over the next few years. But as we evaluate the state of subrogation practices today, it seems that for as much as the world has changed in the past decade, many subrogation practices remain the same.

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