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Yes, I’m talking about subrogation. But if someone doesn’t have insurance, or has insufficient limits and no significant personal assets, there’s no money to get.

Some carriers will opt to get a judgment anyway, arguing “well, he could win the lottery in the future...”

But technically health care providers/health insurance carriers are legally entitled to recover their payments from the at fault driver.
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