ANTISUBROGATION RULE

ANTISUBROGATION RULE

antisubrogation rule (an-tee-s[schwa]b-roh-gay-sh[schwa]n).Insurance. The principle that an insurance carrier has no right of subrogation ¡ª that is, no right to assert a claim on behalf of the insured or for payments made under the policy ¡ª against its own insured for the risk covered by the policy. See SUBROGATION. [Cases: Insurance 3510. C.J.S. Insurance ¡ì¡ì 1465¨C1466, 1489.]
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