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The Interplay Between Subrogation, Arbitration and Insurance Insolvency

When an insurance company pays a loss on a claim, the insurance company often exercises its equitable right of subrogation to stand in the shoes of the insured and seek compensation from a third-party alleged to have caused the loss. In the property context, there may be an underlying contract that requires arbitration between the insured … Continue Reading

Health Insurer Loses Reimbursement Claim Against No-Fault Insurer

Like many automobile no-fault systems, New York’s no-fault law provides that in an auto accident, each injured person or their medical provider is entitled to direct reimbursement for medical expenses regardless of fault from each person’s own automobile no-fault insurer. So what happens if the medical providers bill the injured person’s health insurer instead of … Continue Reading
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