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Subrogation Recovery Rate as a Percentage of Total Loss measures the effectiveness of the company’s subrogation team in terms of dollar amount recovered. A low value for this KPI may indicate that the company does not have clearly established subrogation referral guidelines and is missing out on subrogation opportunities, which negatively affects the company’s profitability. A low value may also indicate that the company is onboarding more new risky policyholders than they should be. A high value for this KPI indicates that the company is effectively identifying subrogation opportunities and successfully recovering losses. Companies with high subrogation recovery rates can offer lower premiums to their policyholders, increasing customer retention and satisfaction.
The dollar amount of losses recovered through subrogation activities divided by the total dollar amount of losses paid out over the same period of time, as a percentage.
The total amount of property and casualty (P&C) insurance claims paid out to policyholders plus any loss adjustment expenses (LAE) divided by total P&C premium earned over the same period of...
KPI Type : Cost
Formula : ((Total Claims Paid Out + Total Loss Adjustment Expense) / Total Premium Earned) * 100
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