The Hard Work Of Successful Subrogation
Ancient mythology and the modern practice of subrogation would seem to be strange bedfellows.
Yet one story from the past has particular relevance when it comes to the never-ending toil required for aggressive and successful insurance subrogation.
Sisyphus was the mythical King of Corinth in south-central Greece. He was a sly and deceitful person and was particularly inhospitable to travelers and guests who came to his city.
This put him in disfavor with Zeus, who sentenced him to the endless and tortuous task of pushing a heavy boulder to the top of a steep hill in Hades.
When he reached the top, the boulder would roll down the other side and Sisyphus would have to immediately start all over again.