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Subrogation claims are bets made by law firms and insurance carriers that they will recover more money than they invest in the file. When deciding whether to pursue a subrogation claim, you must consider the size of the potential recovery, the size of the bet (the time, money and energy) that has to be invested in the file and the odds of a favorable outcome; a recovery that exceeds the investment made in the file.

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