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Insurance Law Didn't Bar Comp Carrier's Subrogation Claim

By WorkCompCentral

Thursday, December 6, 2018 | 321 | 0 | 58 min read

The New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division this week ruled that an insurance carrier can obtain reimbursement from a third-party tortfeasor for the benefits it paid to an injured worker, even though the worker's ability to recover damages was limited by law. The Automobile Insurance Cost Reduction Act was enacted in 1998 and limits the liability of automobile insurance providers to pay for an injured motorist’s medical expenses. It also provides that an automobile insurance provider does not need to pay personal injury protection claims for motorists if they have ...

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