A Guide to No-Fault Insurance in New York
- John M. Nonna, Esq.; Christopher W. Healy, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
No-Fault Insurance / Motor Vehicle Coverage Issues / Exceeding the No-Fault Threshold: Serious Injury
A helpful guide for lawyers whose practice includes no-fault issues which can be a challenging area of law given the statute and court interpretations. Written by authors with substantial practice in this area of law, A Guide to No-Fault Insurance in New York is a comprehensive treatment of the issues affecting no-fault insurance law in New York State. Derived from the larger treatise on Insurance Law Practice, Third Edition, this title’s sole focus is New York’s no-fault law (the Comprehensive Motor Vehicle Insurance Reparations Act). The no-fault law is designed to provide certain mandatory insurance benefits to persons involved in motor vehicle accidents, thereby also reducing the number of potential lawsuits.
This handbook provides a succinct discussion of New York no-fault law and its parameters, eligibility criteria, claim requirements, critical exclusions, coverage issues and more. Practitioners will also appreciate the detail and thorough treatment of case law provided by this title and gain an understanding of how to navigate the no-fault system.
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- July 30, 2021
- 126 pages