Defending Assigned Claims Plan Servicing Insurers
At Anselmi Mierzejewski Ruth & Sowle P.C., we routinely fill the role of assigned claims plan servicing insurers. In this role we pursue, as required by statute, reimbursement for insurance companies. This reimbursement comes from those such as at-fault parties and owners of uninsured automobiles.
Through our more than two decades of practicing insurance defense law, we have developed a well-defined process that allows us to efficiently collect reimbursement and payments at a limited cost to the insurer.
Subrogation and Indemnification
The reimbursement process is often referred to under the legal term of subrogation. Subrogation allows an insurance company that has paid a loss on a policy for an injured party, through a process known as indemnification, to pursue the injured party’s rights to compensation. This means the insurance company steps into the place of the injured party and can pursue a suit or other means of collection to receive reimbursement for the amount it paid to the insured.
We constantly refine our collection procedures and have continued to hone our effectiveness at collecting reimbursement since 1988. The diligent approach that makes us successful trial attorneys serves us well during this process. We use the same level of intensive preparation and investigation to ensure our clients are able to obtain the reimbursement they are entitled to receive.
From our headquarters in Bloomfield Hills, our subrogation and litigation services are available to clients throughout Michigan, and we often serve as consultants in the other states where our attorneys are licensed. To schedule a consultation, contact one of the A-M Law attorneys at 248-338-2290 or complete an online form and an A-M Law lawyer will contact you.