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Workers' Compensation Subrogation in All 50 States.

Workers' Compensation Subrogation in All 50 States, recently published by Juris Publishing (Huntington, NY), is a new looseleaf title designed to introduce in-house counsel, claims handlers and subrogation professionals to the more complex subrogation issues encountered in the current workers' comp insurance subrogation market. Editorial covers a range of issues in all 50 states, including: attorneys fees; borrowed servant doctrine; cost and expenses; dual capacity doctrine; equitable subrogation; intentional acts; reduction statutes; necessity of intervention; subrogation rights; who qualifies as a third party; waivers; and, subrogating in medical or legal malpractice cases. It costs $167.
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Title Annotation:Workers' Comp
Publication:Legal Publisher
Date:Jun 1, 2004
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