Subrogation: How an Insurance Company Launches a Lawsuit in Your Name

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Your insurance company may probe you with questions after your claim is paid. They want to know whether someone caused your injuries. If so, they will sue that party to recover their losses. Learn more about this process, called "subrogation."


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