Popular wisdom suggests that very few litigated liability cases do not involve an insurer. These cases range from a compulsory third party insurer in a motor vehicle or workplace personal injury case,1 to a private liability insurer defending a claim against a client insured, to an insurer subrogated to the rights of its insured seeking to recover from a third party. In a time of increasing cost of litigation, it is often only the presence of an insurer that makes a claim worth pursuing.
"Whose party is it anyway? the role of the insured in the mediation process,"
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