Should My Attorney Understand Subrogation?

Should My Attorney Understand Subrogation?

Is it important for an attorney to understand subrogation?

Subrogation is a very technical area of law, often requiring a very knowledgeable, skilled attorney to handle. Danny Foster, a Denver car accident attorney, stresses the importance that attorneys understand subrogation, and that anyone looking for a personal injury attorney make sure the lawyer representing them understands this area of law.


“Any personal injury attorney who holds himself out as a personal injury attorney must understand subrogation, it’s a must. If they do not have experience with subrogating third party claims then you need to find a new attorney. It is essential in this day and age, health insurance carriers are extremely savvy now. They are making sure that every single case that they can get reimbursed in, they’re going to get reimbursed and they have very heavily financed law firms that will go after you to get reimbursed. If you don’t have an attorney who understands third part subrogation you need to find a new attorney.”