NICB has seen significant increases in questionable no-fault
activity as organized criminal rings migrate from Florida and New York to other states like Minnesota that have no-fault
laws in place.
The call for evidence confirms that compensated no-fault
dismissals would enable micro-businesses to dismiss employees without a formal dismissal procedure where no fault was identified on their part, provided that the employee receives a set amount of compensation.
system was created with the intent of providing affordable, quick and fair compensation to accident victims, without regard to fault.
This increase came despite efforts to curb abuses and fraud in the no-fault
On Thursday, the Assembly overwhelmingly approved no-fault
divorce, allowing couples to split without one of the spouses taking the blame for the marriage's failure.
McGovern and others have said no-fault
insurance agreements between rail companies and Amtrak have soaked up too many tax dollars.
On the one hand, freedom rightly understood (as distinguished from no-fault
freedom) requires an orientation toward duty and the common good.
insurance makes good drivers pay for bad ones.
In the 37 states that adopted no-fault
divorce in the early 1970S (all but five states now allow unilateral divorce), female suicide has fallen by 5 percent to 10 percent, spousal abuse has dropped by about a third, and murder of wives has declined by about 10 percent.
In August 1996, however, Walker sued Stein alleging she had sustained serious enough injury to exceed the state's no-fault
It has now come time for us to put up our dukes and fight it out for no-fault
Current discussions have focused on the "choice" system, under which insureds are allowed to select either a tort system or a no-fault
system of compensation at the time of insurance purchase.