You’ve worked your file, filed suit, obtained service, filed your motions, and obtained a judgment.  Now, the defendant wants to get out of that judgment.  Can he do that?  The answer is: sometimes.  Listen in as Rebecca and Steve discuss what happens when a defendant files a Motion for Relief from Judgment, when such a motion will succeed in overcoming your judgment, and what happens next.

For more on the litigation process in subrogation cases, listen to our episodes on In-State, Out-of-State, and International Service of Process, Motions for Default Judgment, and Motions for Summary Judgment.

When is a Judgment not a Judgment?
On Subrogation

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