Rathbone Group’s Managing Partner Kimberly Rathbone taught a continuing legal education class for the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association entitled “The Fortune Cookie: A Fresh Look at Subrogation in Ohio.” This CLE colloquium focused on many of the recent hot topics in Ohio subrogation for auto, property, workers’ comp, health and utility claims. An established subrogation attorney located in the Cleveland area, Rathbone’s vision of the future of Ohio subrogation is one of growth.
Increasing awareness for insurers’ rights to subrogation, and improving accessibility to educational material on the nuanced world of insurance and subrogation law are core values to the Rathbone Group law firm. Kim is a highly-qualified subrogation attorney and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent-rated lawyer who is always happy to share her expertise. She has published informational articles on over a dozen subrogation topics in the NASP Subrogator and frequently hosts our On Subrogation podcasts and videos.
Rathbone has previously interviewed with Cleveland.com, where she opened up about what it takes to become an effective professional in subrogation law and litigation. She explains that the most successful subrogation attorneys and specialists are flexible, detail-oriented, communicative, and team players. She notes that, while the field of subrogation law isn’t well-known in Ohio, it’s growing rapidly. This presents new opportunities for young attorneys interested in subrogation law to enter the field and advance their skills and positions quickly.
The field of insurance law is always changing; embracing this rapid growth and the value of new eyes allows subrogation law firms like RG to stay ahead of the curve in terms of legal strategy for successfully pursuing complex subrogation recovery for our clients.
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