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NASP publishes the Subrogator Digest four times per year, sent to over 25,000 individuals affiliated with NASP.

When proposing an article, please include your full name, company name and contact information. Please do not write educational articles in first-person. There is no charge to submit an article and/or be published. NASP reserves the rights to your article once is has been submitted. If your article has been selected for publication, please be advised that materials may not be reproduced without permission.

Suitable Submissions

General Educational Article: Submit your article in Word format, include author name, company and title. Any and all pictures must be submitted in a high-resolution (300 DPI or higher) format. Maximum of 2,500 words.


Recovery and Case Summaries: Share your best recovery efforts with the readership. All submissions describing large recovery successes, recovery obtained by overcoming obstacles and “weird subro” will be considered. Maximum of 350 words, submitted in Word format, include author name, company and title.

State-Specific Subrogation: All articles regarding state-specific subrogation will be considered. Maximum of 500 words, submitted in Word format, include author name, company and title.

Industry News: This section invites you to submit news of personal achievements such as promotions, births and marriages. Submissions shall be less than 100 words, submitted in Word format, include company name and title.


Deadlines

The ad and article deadline for the September 2022 Subrogator Digest is July 5, 2022
The ad and article deadline for the December 2022 Subrogator Digest is October 3, 2022
The ad and article deadline for the March 2023 Subrogator Digest is January 6, 2023

The ad and article deadline for the June 2023 Subrogator Digest is April 4, 2023




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