Republican lawmakers in Michigan, USA, have called for a repeal of the state's no-fault
insurance system in order to reduce costs.
the Court noted that New York's no-fault
regulation permits an assignment to be made by an insured only to a provider of health care services, and rejected Aetna's position that it was entitled to bring this lawsuit, holding:
Indeed, the Superintendents reliance upon the "permissible cost" in the foreign jurisdiction is consistent with the legislative purpose underlying Insurance Law [section] 5108 and implementing regulations to "significantly reduce the amount paid by insurers for medical services, and thereby help contain the no-fault
premium" (Goldberg v Corcoran, 153 AD2d 113,118 , appeal dismissed 75 NY2d 945 ).
This kind of no-fault
policy is not esoteric to renegade Massachusetts contractors.
Right off the bat, Miami is in a state with no-fault
insurance and is victim to hurricanes, notes the study.
divorce, which allows a couple to split without any evidence of wrongdoing, is a relatively recent development in the US, the report said.
In 1974, New Zealand's no-fault
compensation system came into effect under its Accident Compensation Act.
There are 12 no-fault
states and five of those (Florida, New York, Minnesota, Michigan and New Jersey) are considered problem states, according to Alex M.
This year the effort to transform Florida's no-fault
system was championed by the Put the Brakes on Accident Fraud Coalition of law enforcement, consumers, businesses and insurers.
Customers must register all new Conquest HD binoculars and Conquest Duralyt riflescopes with Zeiss within 60 days of purchase to qualify for the No-Fault
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.
Doctors conspiring to cheat New York's no-fault
personal injury protection (PIP) system are writing a prescription for trouble--and perhaps professional suicide.