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					Subrogation allows a party to step into the shoes of another party in order to have the
benefits of that party's rights and remedies against a third party. This agreement allows
an insurance company that has fulfilled its obligations to a policy holder to step into the
shoes of the policy holder in order to seek reimbursement from a third party. This
agreement can be used by individuals or insurance companies that want to obtain the
rights to pursue a third party.
                                      Subrogation Agreement

WHEREAS, on ____________________ [insert date], ____________________
[insert name of insurance company] (“Insurance Company”), was presented with a
claim related to ____________________ arising under insurance coverage provided to
____________________ (“Policy Holder”) with policy number ____________________.

WHEREAS, on ____________________ [insert date], Insurance Company paid the
claim in the amount of ____________________ dollars ($____________________).
The deductible was ____________________ dollars ($____________________).

NOW, THEREFORE:

Policy Holder, its heirs and assigns, hereby assign and transfer to Insurance Company
and any all rights against any entity who may be liable to Policy Holder for the payment
on the claim set forth above. Insurance Company may pursue the responsible parties at
its own expense, and may in its own discretion, bring such claim in its own name or that
of Policy Holder. Policy Holder agrees to fully cooperate with Insurance Company in
pursuit of its rights of subrogation. Policy Holder, in its sole discretion, may pursue its
loss related to its payment of the deductible.

In the event that Insurance Company does so, it shall notify Policy Holder if any
recovery is made. Further, the parties will share in all costs related pro rata.

Policy Holder further agrees not to release or exonerate or enter into any compromise
with any third party without the express written prior consent of Insurance Company.
Policy Holder shall cooperate with Insurance Company by executing any and all
instruments that are required under this agreement.

Policy Holder
___________________________________________________
Print Name
___________________________________________________
Signature
Date: ____________________

Insurance Company
___________________________________________________
Print Name
___________________________________________________
Signature
Date: ____________________




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Description: Subrogation allows a party to step into the shoes of another party in order to have the benefits of that party's rights and remedies against a third party. This agreement allows an insurance company that has fulfilled its obligations to a policy holder to step into the shoes of the policy holder in order to seek reimbursement from a third party. This agreement can be used by individuals or insurance companies that want to obtain the rights to pursue a third party.