Arbitration Forums, Inc., a nonprofit member association, reports the final link in a nationwide electronic subrogation network is now complete, transforming the traditional time-consuming, paper-driven subrogation system with a streamlined electronic, paperless, document management and communication tool designed to provide significant operational savings to the insurance industry.

The electronic subrogation system, called E-Subro Hub, will handle more than 500,000 demands valued in the billions of dollars in 2011 now that the system is available in all 50 states and the District of Columbia with the addition of six new states, effective today, according to the non-profit Arbitration Forums, Inc. (AF), which developed the system. AF offers the service at no cost to participants.

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