What Is Insurance Subrogation?

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Insurance subrogation is a policy clause that transfers the right of recovery from the policyholder to the insurance company. Find out more about insurance subrogation with help from an insurance professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Brian Rauber with The Rauber Insurance Agency. Today's topic is insurance subrogation. Subrogation is a policy clause that transfers the right of recovery from the policyholder to the insurance company. Occasionally an insurance company will pay a claim when their client is not at fault. The company restores their client and hopes to recoup damages at a later time from the negligent party. The damages can be recovered either from the other party or their insurance carrier. If successful, subrogation will recoup 100 percent of expenses and the client will receive back their deductible. I'm Brian Rauber. Thanks for watching.

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