An assignment of benefits, or AOB, is an agreement signed by a policyholder that gives a third party the right to recover for services rendered in connection with an insurance claim.
While AOBs are commonly used when policyholders assign benefits to health care providers, they have become increasingly prevalent in the context of property insurance claims.
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