842.36 Who may file a claim.§ 842.36 Who may file a claim.
(a) Owners of the property or their authorized agents may file claims for property damage.
(b) Injured persons or their duly authorized agents may file claims for personal injury.
(c) Duly appointed guardians of minor children or any other persons legally entitled to do so under applicable local law may file claims for minors' personal injuries.
(d) Executors or administrators of a decedent's estate or another person legally entitled to do so under applicable local law, may file claims based on:
(1) An individual's death.
(2) A cause of action surviving an individual's death.
(e) Insurers with subrogation rights may file claims for losses paid in full by them. The parties may file claims jointly or individually, to the extent of each party's interest, for losses partially paid by insurers with subrogation rights.
(f) Authorized agents signing claims show their title or legal capacity and present evidence of authority to present the claims.[55 FR 2809, Jan. 29, 1990. Redesignated at 81 FR 83690, Nov. 22, 2016]