Cooper Elliott Blog tag: Ohio subrogation law

Subrogation, Private Health Insurance and Your Personal Injury Settlement

Personal Injury| November 29, 2016

In previous articles, we’ve shared the basics of subrogation and how it relates to Medicare and Medicaid. The rules that govern subrogation for Medicare and Medicaid are different than those for private health insurers. In this article, we’ll discuss subrogation as it relates to private insurance and ways we can help our clients minimize its …

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How Subrogation Works with Medicare and Medicaid

For IndividualsPersonal Injury| November 15, 2016

In our last post, we outlined the basics of subrogation. Briefly, subrogation is the right of someone besides an injured person to recover something out of a personal injury case.  Subrogation works differently depending on the type of insurance involved. Medicare and Medicaid have different sets of rules from private insurers. In this post, part …

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