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While some observers fear recent actions by the state’s Supreme Court might unravel 2003 reforms to fix New Jersey’s auto insurance system, a consumer group said it does not believe these actions will upset rates.

Early last week, in a 6-0 decision, the court ruled that when the legislature placed restrictions on the types of suits auto accident victims could file, it failed to define those suits as limited to injuries with a serious impact on the plaintiff’s life.

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