No-Fault Insurance Anti-Fraud Litigation: A Practitioner's Guide

No-fault insurance fraud amounts to a significant "fraud tax" on consumers, estimated at billions of dollars each year. This is a practice-focused guide to the litigation and settlement of no-fault insurance anti-fraud cases, from inception through summary judgment.
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Book Edition: 2017-09

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​No-fault insurance fraud amounts to a significant "fraud tax" on consumers, estimated at billions of dollars each year. Currently, 12 states have a no-fault law (FL, HI, KS, KN, MA, MI, MN, ND, NJ, NY, PA, and UT). While there are considerable variations among the no-fault laws in each of these states, they can broadly be classified by the degree to which the respective systems permit or abolish tort liability, and – assuming tort liability is permitted – the type of threshold an injured party must meet before tort liability is permitted. Automobile insurance companies have been the primary actors in the fight against no-fault fraud, engaging in civil litigation against no-fault insurance fraud rings.

This book provides a general and practice-focused guide from the perspective of a plaintiff-insurer to no-fault insurance anti-fraud litigation, from inception through summary judgment.