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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!

Jun 14, 2024

The latest connected item in the internet of things is license plates.  While only available for purchase in four states, they are legal to drive with in all 50 states and allow drivers to customize their plate along with ease the registration process.

Digitizing all aspects of life typically seems enticing, but do...

May 31, 2024

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on The Collateral Source Rule as a refresher!

Original Air Date: January 28, 2020


It’s a noun!  It’s an adjective!  It’s a rule of damages!  It’s a rule of evidence!  The Collateral Source Rule is all of these things and more.  Join Rebecca and Steve as they...

May 17, 2024

Arguments about who had the “last clear chance” get thrown around a lot in the auto subrogation world, but Last Clear Chance is a legal term of art that limits the harshness of contributory negligence rules.  Whether your jurisdiction refers to it as the Doctrine of Discovered Peril, the Doctrine of Supervening...

May 3, 2024

This week, join us as we revisit our episode on vacating judgments as a refresher!

Original Air Date: January 14, 2020

You’ve worked your file, filed suit, obtained service, filed your motions, and obtained a judgment.  Now, the defendant wants to get out of that judgment.  Can he do that?  The answer is:...

Apr 19, 2024

It’s a fear or every car owner: your vehicle has been stolen. Now, to make matters worse, it was involved in an accident. As the owner of this vehicle, can you be held responsible for the damages it caused? If you are in a state with a key-in-ignition or similar statute, the answer may be yes. 

On this...