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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Reforming No-Fault Auto Laws

Neil Alldredge (National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies) has an interesting article on reforming no-fault automobile laws, including specific recommendations for individual states.  Here's a sample:

Early on, many states experienced cost savings, and no-fault seemed full of promise. Over time, however, some states’ laws produced unintended negative consequences. While the system intended to clear the court dockets of minor lawsuits, court dockets have become more cluttered because of weak litigation thresholds.

--CJR

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2011/11/reforming-no-fault-auto-laws.html

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