Subrogation Notice Letters:
If you have been involved in an accident, you will likely receive a letter from your health insurance company that asks details about the accident. In particular, the letter will ask if the incident was work-related, if a third party was involved, and the name of the insurance adjuster for the at fault party.
The letter will also request information about whether you have hired an attorney, and if so, his or her contact information. Finally, the correspondence or form will likely remind you of language in the insurance policy that states the insurance carrier has rights to full reimbursement out of any personal injury recovery you obtain, whether by settlement or jury verdict.