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Can an insurer pursue a subrogated claim in its own name where the insured refuses to cooperate?
Can an insurer issue a court claim for subrogated loss - stating simply the insurer's name alone as being the claimant? We act for an insurance company that wants to claim (from the proposed defendant) repair fees which the insurance company has paid. However, the insured is not co-operating and won't sign the court papers.