Something To Prove: The Impact of the Burden of Proof in Property Damage Claims



This article provides an overview of some basic legal principles that come into play in determining the burden of proof in a subrogated property damage case. As this article discusses, depending on the facts, the burden of proof may shift from the plaintiff, the insurance company suing in its insured's name, to a potential defendant.

Keywords: subrogation, burden of proof, tort, evidence, insurance, legal, law, balance of probability, property

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