In his No-Fault Insurance Law Wrap-Up, David M. Barshay, a member of Baker Sanders, writes that it can hardly be disputed that the reality of handling a no-fault claim today is not the same as handling such a claim 25 years ago, when the minimum and maximum amount of statutory attorney fees in no-fault matters were established. A public comment period on the reasonableness, or lack thereof, of the attorney fee provisions ended this month, bringing the possibility of change.
Calls for Increase in Statutory Attorney Fees Under Review
New York Law Journal
October 23, 2013