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Subrogation and Your Workers' Compensation Costs

When an employee injured on the job successfully sues a third party in addition to collecting workers’ compensation, the employer’s workers’ compensation insurer may be able to “subrogate” the claim. As defines it, subrogation is “to substitute (one person) for another with reference to a claim or right.” [August 2013, 463 word article]

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