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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 29, 2023

Snow. It can be such a beautiful and peaceful thing. That is, however, until you’re traveling on a highway and a sheet of ice and snow flies off of a passing vehicle and into your car.  If these ice missiles caused any damage, who is responsible?

On this week’s episode, Rebecca and Steve give us the cold, hard...

Dec 15, 2023

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on Service of Process: Out-of-State  a refresher!

Original Air Date: September 10, 2019

In this, our second installment on service of process, Rebecca and Steve discuss the difference between subject matter and personal jurisdiction, and how a court can have personal...

Dec 1, 2023

When purchasing a product, you expect it to work, especially when you are purchasing from a retailer as massive as Amazon. If a product you purchased online causes injuries, you have the right to hold the parties involved in the chain of distribution liable. This includes Amazon even if it was only “fulfilled...

Nov 17, 2023

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on Liability and the Online Marketplace: Taking on the World’s Most Valuable Retail Company as a refresher!

Original Air Date: October 8, 2019

Can an online marketplace be liable for damages caused by a third-party vendor’s product?  The answer is, maybe.  Join 

Nov 3, 2023

This is the second installment in our suite on Known Defects and Mass Torts.  Last month, we discussed the Ford Pinto cases from the 1970’s.  Today, we are back in present day with another allegation of automobile defects: are auto manufacturers’ laudable efforts to go green causing damages to those cars?