36) However, the court went on to observe that "the majority of courts having addressed this issue have elected to allow such an assigned claim
For example, where the defendant's liability insurer wrongfully denies coverage, the plaintiff who settles with the defendant and then establishes coverage on an assigned claim
against the defendant's insurer may be able to obtain a tort settlement from the defendant as well as supplemental damages for indemnity, litigation costs, and attorney fees from the insurer.
The assigned claim
adjuster immediately dispatched a representative (not necessarily a qualified expert) to the site of the loss to investigate and verify the damage.
Fresh from a five-week adjuster boot camp in Atlanta, I reported for duty on a Monday morning to my newly assigned claims
office in Virginia.
The reorganization plan provided for the creation of a state-law trust (the Trust) to take title to, and prosecute, the assigned claims
for the Buyers' benefit.
During settlement negotiations in a personal injury case, avoid sending information to the assigned claims
adjuster in bits and pieces.
In addition, clients can view the stares of all assigned claims
, while forwarding new assignments directly to their subrogation company.
I presided over my assigned claims
with a simple, efficient and effective justice system intended to fix inequities.
It assumes that the volume offset is a response to the initial change in practice receipts that would result -- before behavioral responses -- from a change in the effective rates faced by physicians (where effective rates are defined as payment rates on assigned claims
, and actual charges on unassigned claims).