Insured vs. Insurer: Litigating Priorities in Subrogation Proceeds and the Made Whole Doctrine
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide insurance company, policyholder, and in-house counsel through the nuances of the "made whole doctrine" and the many different types of releases, waivers, and other devices insurance companies use to clarify or mitigate its effect to maintain priority recoveries from third parties.
- Overview of the made whole doctrine
- When does the made whole doctrine apply?
- The meaning of made whole
- Losses above policy limits
- Attorneys fees and costs
- Deductibles and SIRs
- Avoiding the made whole doctrine
The panel will review these and other issues:
- What does it mean for a policyholder to be "made whole"?
- What is the difference between contractual, equitable, and statutory subrogation?
- What if the policyholder has significant uninsured loss?
He represents policyholders with claims against insurance companies. His insurance coverage law experience includes... | Read More
He represents policyholders with claims against insurance companies. His insurance coverage law experience includes handling coverage actions on behalf of insureds relating to bad faith claims, defense obligations, law and ordinance exclusions, breach of health insurance contract, crime coverage, employment liability coverage and coverage for asbestos-related claims and environmental liability.Close
Robert M. Horkovich
Mr. Horkovich focuses his practice on the area of insurance recovery. He has obtained over $5 billion in... | Read More
Mr. Horkovich focuses his practice on the area of insurance recovery. He has obtained over $5 billion in settlements and judgments from insurance companies for his clients over the past decade. He is a trial lawyer with substantial experience in trying complex insurance coverage actions on behalf of corporate policyholders and governmental entities.Close