The Colorado Court of Appeals recently ruled against State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company by reversing an earlier ruling that allowed the use of a computer database to determine medical cost reimbursements.

According to the Colorado Court of Appeals, Pauline Reyher was injured in an auto accident and treated under her State Farm no-fault insurance policy, which at the time required State Farm to pay for all reasonable and necessary expenses for medical services related to auto accidents.

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