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What Constitutes a 'Prima Facie' Case In No-Fault Practice?

, New York Law Journal

Jason Tenenbaum and Francis J. Scahill of Picciano and Scahill write that plaintiffs in no-fault practice, unlike any other area of New York practice, do not have a definitive answer as to what they must demonstrate to satisfy their prima facie case. They review what the different appellate courts have found constitutes a prima facie case, and whether there is a consensus within the courts as to this issue.

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