Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Made Whole Doctrine Revisited

A recent Wisconsin Court of Appeals case, Employers Mutual Casualty Company v. Joseph Kujawa, 2015 WI App 26, may change the context in which courts evaluate insurance companies’ subrogation rights. Joseph Kujawa settled his personal injury claim with the tortfeasor before … Continue reading

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Very quick introduction to ERISA and subrogation

This little outline is intended as an introduction for insurance claims adjusters, claim representatives, and new attorneys, in the context of subrogation liens in personal injury suits. Experienced attorneys, feel free to comment! What is ERISA, anyway, and how does … Continue reading

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