Toll Free:833-680-0177

FREE CASE REVIEW

* By submitting the form you agree to all terms of this site, give us permission to send you sms text messages, email, and phone calls, using automated technology. You are not required to consent or submit the form for us to give you a case review. By consenting I agree that this site is in compliance with TCPA.

Understanding Subrogation Actions

Subrogation actions usually pertain to personal injury and property loss cases. If your injuries are due to the fault of someone else, your health insurer may reach out to you to discuss this further to determine if some of the financial responsibility should be on someone else. Subrogation actions are an important part of insurance law. In a case like this, it is helpful to work with a attorney familiar with subrogation laws.

What does subrogation mean?

– Subrogation is a legal term.
Subrogation is a term that denotes a legal right that is reserved by most insurance carriers. This insurer can legally pursue a third party that caused an insurance loss to the insured.

– It is to recover the amount of the claim.
This is a way to recover the amount that was paid by the insurance carrier to the insured for the loss. If the injury was caused by another party, the injured party’s injuries should be at least partly attributed to the party that caused the injury. It is to seek repayment from this party that was at-fault.

– This is an example.
If the insured car’s was totaled because of the fault of another driver, the insured will be reimbursed by his or her auto insurance company, but then the insurance company will pursue legal action against the driver who was at fault. If the insured was also injured, the health insurance company can also pursue legal action.

– It protects insured parties.
Subrogation actions are meant to protect those who are insured. The two insurance companies will work together and come to a conclusion involving payment without the insured having to experience much inconvenience. It is important for the injured party to be in contact with the insurance company to make sure everything that is needed is provided.

It is important for both insured parties and insurance companies to understand how subrogation actions work in insurance law. Insured parties need to provide the insurance company with the information that they need in order to assist them in this process. Other than that, it’s up to the insurance companies to work together to reach a conclusion in regards to payment depending on who was at-fault. If you have any questions about this process, make sure to contact us for more information about this.

We fight for our clients
Let Us Help You Get The Compensation Your Deserve!

Call Now! 833-680-0177
Book an Appointment