No-Fault Miscellany

, New York Law Journal


In their Insurance Law column, Norman H. Dachs and Jonathan A. Dachs, partners at Shayne, Dachs, Sauer & Dachs, call for remedial legislation to avoid fraudulent practices and/or the appearance of unfairness in IMEs; review a recent decision on the burden of proof in no-fault cases where the insurer did not timely respond to proof of claim, and discuss recent efforts against fraud.

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Originally appeared in print as No-Fault Miscellany: Arbitration, IMEs, Burden of Proof and Fraud Prevention

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