No-fault automobile insurance reform in New Jersey: report to the Legislature (pursuant to SCR no. 68 of 1976)
The Commission, 1977 - Business & Economics - 126 pages
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$200 threshold accident victims AISC Amended amount auto negligence complaints automobile accident automobile insurance coverage automobile negligence Automobile Reparation Reform Blue Cross Blue Shield bodily injury rate casualty insurer Claims Review Boards commercial vehicles Commission believes Commission recommends Commissioner of Insurance compensation complaints added death disability dollar threshold economic losses effect filed health insurance income increase injured person injury protection benefits injury protection coverage Insurance Services Office involved Jersey's no-fault law liability insurance limit medical expenses Michigan motor vehicle motorcycles named insured national CPI no-fault act no-fault automobile insurance no-fault benefits no-fault insurance non-private passenger automobiles paid claims pain and suffering pedestrians percent personal injury protection PIP benefits PIP coverage present private passenger automobiles property damage proponents reduction Regional Claims Review reimbursement Reparation Reform Act residents result schedule soft tissue subrogated tort exemption tort liability tort recovery tort system U.S. Senate unlimited medical benefits Unsatisfied Claim verbal threshold