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Have you been looking for a podcast that focuses on insurance subrogation?  Of course you have, and here you are!  On Subrogation is brought to you by national subrogation law firm, Rathbone Group, LLC, and hosted by experienced litigators, who focus their practice on subrogation.  It is the podcast about how to recover your damages from the people who caused them.

Topics span litigation, claims, and many more.

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Special thanks to Ralph DiSylvestro for our intro and outro music!

Dec 30, 2022

When one party does something that benefits another, they expect to be paid.  But what happens when the recipient refuses to pay?  If there’s no contract between them, are they stuck?  Not if the plaintiff can prove the defendant was unjustly enriched.  The law applies this concept to create fairness, and requires the...

Dec 16, 2022

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on Economic Loss Doctrine for a refresher!

Original Air Date: January 29, 2019.

What is the value of a faulty product?  If a faulty product causes damages to itself, can those damages be recovered?  Yes… maybe.  Join Rebecca and Steve as the guide you through...

Dec 2, 2022

Adverse carriers are on the other side of your claim, but they do not need to be a fight. 

On this week’s episode, Rebecca is joined by Rathbone Group Partner, Jessica Lobes, to discuss her tactics and strategies when negotiating with adverse carriers. Jessica opens a line of communication that often allows a claim to...

Nov 11, 2022

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on Criminal Acts in Subrogation Files for a refresher!

Original Air Date: January 15, 2019

A lot of subrogation files deal with negligence, but what about those files where the tortfeasor did something on purpose?  And what if she got caught?  In this episode, Rebecca and

Oct 28, 2022

Settlement negotiations are often informal affairs – phone calls, conversations on the courthouse steps, even text messages can kick off negotiations that amicably end litigation.  But what happens if one party makes an offer they feel is more reasonable and the other party stubbornly refuses to accept it?  In some...