In this post, I discussed what subrogation is. I also explained, in my practice, that because of this right (and usually, language in the contract) health insurance companies today now claim a lien on settlements to the extent of the health insurance company’s payments. At first blush, it makes … [Read more...] about Subrogation and the Made Whole Doctrine
An ordinary dictionary will define subrogation as the substitution of one party for another. And, that’s what it is; with a few technicalities, in the legal world. As I understand it, for our purposes, the idea of substituting one party for another in the legal world began in England, not long … [Read more...] about Subrogation and Health Insurance Liens. What are they and why do they matter?