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SBGSalzburg, Österreich (Salzburg, Austria)
SBGSociedade Brasileira de Genética (Portugese)
SBGSüdbadenbus GmbH (German)
SBGServer-Based Gaming
SBGStrategic Business Group
SBGSinclair Broadcast Group, Inc
SBGStudent Body Government
SBGSaved By Grace (band)
SBGSubrogation
SBGSeeberufsgenossenschaft (German: Seamen's Accident Prevention and Insurance Association)
SBGSymantec Brightmail Gateway (spam/virus control)
SBGSingapore Botanical Garden
SBGSuchen Bis Gefunden (German: Search Until Found)
SBGSideband Generator (microwave engineering)
SBGSecurity Benefit Group, Inc. (Topeka, KS, USA)
SBGSky Blue Gaming
SBGStability of Bridge Girders
SBGSidjakov, Berman, Gomez (graphic design firm)
SBGSensor Blood Glucose
SBGSpirit Broadcasting Group, Inc
SBGStray Bullet Games (game)
SBGState Botanical Garden (various locations)
SBGSimeka Business Group (South Africa)
SBGServices Business Group
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All too often there is no communication and the other party's representative may be un-cooperative or unaware of any damage when presented with a subrogation claim, which may jeopardize a successful recovery.
Or do they instead show that the general principle is that real subrogation does not operate, unless there is such specific authority?
Subrogation was allowed supported by the following analysis:
Being able to conduct subrogation activities online has proven to be a money saver.
The insurer cannot acquire through subrogation rights greater than that of the policyholder.
FELDMAN, JD, is chair of the subrogation and recovery department at the international law firm of Cozen O'Connor in Philadelphia.
The company argued it was not asserting an ordinary subrogation right but one created by Insurance Department regulations.
No, a residential tenant may not be held liable in subrogation to the insurer of the landlord for damage paid as a result of a fire, absent an agreement to the contrary--that is, absent an express agreement in the written lease that the tenant is liable in subrogation for fire damage to the apartment complex.
The balance sheet of reserve funds at the JSMEC for acceptance of insurance from credit guarantee corporations has deteriorated because about 80% of subrogations are covered by the insurance of the JSMEC.
This right to sue for monies paid under the insurance policy is the insurance company's right of subrogation.
Late last month the court ruled in a split decision that a man who had been injured in an automobile accident and received $25,000 from the insurance company of the driver who hit him could keep the money, despite the fact he'd signed a subrogation agreement with his insurance company, Healthsource Arkansas Inc.