RMI Attorney Amanda Martanovic received her Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional (CSRP) designation at the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Annual Conference held this month in Orlando, Florida.

Attorney Martanovic oversees the automobile subrogation division at RMI.

The CSRP designation is a significant accomplishment in the subrogation field. The designation is awarded to industry professionals who have met stringent academic and experience requirements followed by passing a comprehensive examination of multiple subrogation topics.

The first step of the designation requires five years experience in the area of insurance subrogation.

Amanda first started her career in subrogation while clerking at RMI. Upon graduation, Amanda was a natural fit at the firm. She began litigating cases for insurers throughout the state of Ohio. In 2018, Amanda was named manager of the automobile subrogation division at the firm. In that role she continues to litigate cases throughout the state in addition to overseeing a team of paralegals in RMI’s auto recovery unit.

The CSRP exam consisted of mastering multiple subrogation topics including the role of subrogation in the insurance industry, legal liability, product liability, investigation and evidence, automobile subrogation, no-fault and medical payments subrogation, workers’ compensation subrogation, healthcare subrogation and subrogation management and information technology.

Amanda and other CSRP’s from across the nation were presented with their CSRP diplomas from NASP President Kevin DeGarmo at a ceremony starting the NASP 20th Annual Conference held in Orlando, Florida on November 12, 2018.