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Title 32Subtitle AChapter VIISubchapter DPart 842Subpart A → §842.7


Title 32: National Defense
PART 842—ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS
Subpart A—General Information


§842.7   Who may file a claim.

(a) Property damage. The owner or owners of the property or their authorized agent may file a claim for property damage.

(b) Personal injury or death. (1) The injured person or authorized agent may file a claim for personal injury.

(2) The duly appointed guardian of a minor child or any other person legally entitled to do so under applicable local law may file a claim for a minor's personal injury.

(3) The executor or administrator of the decedent's estate or any other person legally entitled to do so under applicable local law may file a claim based on an individual's death.

(c) Subrogation. The subrogor (insured) and the subrogee (insurer) may file a claim jointly or individually. Pay a fully subrogated claim only to the subrogee. A joint claim must be asserted in the names of and signed by the real parties in interest. Make payment by sending a joint check to the subrogee, made payable to the subroger and subrogee. If separate claims are filed, make payment by check issued to each claimant to the extent of each undisputed interest.

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