Jeff Henle, principal attorney at the Law Office of Jeff Henle, writes that as no-fault providers apprehended the boon brought by moving for summary judgment, the Civil Courts became inundated with such motions. The burden on no-fault providers was light, and there was little downside in moving for summary judgment. But since 2006, the courts have systematically increased a no-fault provider's burden in establishing its prima facie case.
Establishing Prima Facie Case in No-Fault Litigation
New York Law Journal
August 24, 2012
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