Subrogation is concerned with recovering damages paid by insurance companies for losses, which helps to keep rates down and holds those who cause damage accountable.  But what happens when the insured has damages that weren’t covered by the policy?  Join Kim Rathbone as she sits down with Susan M. Benson, Attorney at Law, to discuss how an insured’s out of pocket damages can impact a subrogation case.

You can also watch the video version of this interview on our YouTube channel, dropping Friday, December 6.

Subrogation When Your Insured has Out of Pockets
On Subrogation

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