1. The 100 most recent closed subrogation claims are sent to CMR (in any format available)
  2. CMR reviews each claim collecting key data
  3. The data is collected and benchmarked in approximately 46 categories
  4. 100 new subrogation files are assigned to CMR for recovery
  5. As files are closed, CMR collects and benchmarks the data IN EXACTLY THE SAME WAY YOUR FILES WERE REVIEWED
  6. CMRproduces the CORE Analysis which compares:
    a. Your files and Results
    b. CMR’s work on your files and Results
    c. The difference between Your files and Results and CMR’s work and results
  7. CMR is compensated for CORE with a contingency fee on recovered files only.
    a. The contingency fee is equal to your cost, as a ratio to recoveries, plus 15%.