Managing Subrogated Claims

There are a number of good texts dealing with the issue of subrogation itself. Craig Brown’s loose leaf text, Insurance Law in Canada, has an entire chapter devoted to the issue of subrogation.2) In the insurance law context about which Craig Brown writes, the type of subrogation described occurs when an insurance company pays out the claim of one of its insureds and then launches a lawsuit, in the name of its insured, against the negligent party or parties responsible for the loss, with the intent of recouping, in whole or in part, the damages that had been paid out by the insurer to the innocent insured.


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Presented at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association New Lawyers Division Conference, March 23, 2007
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