Exploring the Stages of Subrogation - Webinar (EST)


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Date and Time: January 21, 2021 1:00pm - 3:00pm


- What does a successful subrogation file look like to you?
- Finding it a challenge to determine when to subrogate?
- Are you taking all the necessary steps at the start of a claim in case it ends in subrogation?
- Are you & your reps recognizing all the potential that exists in your claim files for possible
- Are you aware of the leakage when you don't subrogate?

There are many different aspects to a successfully subrogated file, from a quality initial investigation, to the involvement of experts, to the legal considerations. To help you answer these questions, we have assembled a high-calibre panel of experienced subrogation experts to share a wealth of best practices and tips!

Don’t miss this exciting and innovative opportunity!

Tracey Zantingh , CIP
Field Property Specialist, The Co-operators

Tracey began her insurance career in 1995 at The Co-operators in sales, before moving to Property Claims. She left to begin an Independent Adjusting career in 2001, and was licensing in all lines of the business for 12 years, before returning to The Co-operators in 2012. Since then, Tracey has focused on property claims in SWO. Tracey is highly valued as an industry leader and past Chair of the Southwestern Chapter council.

Wendy Taylor-Wong , CIP
Director, National Subrogation Unit, Economical Insurance

Wendy has over 25 years experience in the P&C insurance industry, with a focus on subrogation for the last 15 years. During her time in subrogation, Wendy has held various roles within different insurers such as Technical Claims Specialist and National Subrogation Manager. Wendy joined Economical Insurance in May of 2019 and now leads the team.

Kristen Dearlove
Partner, McCall Dawson/Shillingtons LLP

Kristen has been a partner at McCall Dawson LLP since 2019. Kristen joined McCall Dawson LLP in 2011 upon graduation from the University of Western Ontario where she received her Juris Doctor Degree. Kristen represents insurers, municipalities, and corporations in many areas of litigation including personal injury actions, accident benefits proceedings, property damage claims, and subrogation claims. In January 2021, McCall Dawson LLP will merge with Shillingtons LLP, becoming Shillington McCall LLP.


Register today!

CE Credits: 
2 RIBO Technical Hours (pending)

Cancellation Policy: No refunds, substitutions welcome. Credit notes issued only with 48 hour written notice.

If you have any questions or required assistance with registration, please contact us: southwesternmail@insuranceinstitute.ca


Pricing for this seminar varies based on your membership. Prices exclude tax

Fee Description Amount
CIP Graduates $50.00