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cash, moneyArticle 51 of the New York insurance law mandates that injured parties in motor vehicle accidents may be compensated for basic economic loss, which is defined as losses up to $50,000 for certain necessary expenses such as medical costs.

No-fault cases revolve around the same repetitive issues — Medical Necessity, IME or EUO no-show, fee schedule, the prima facie case, etc. Once in a while, a decision from the appellate courts comes along and has an impact on how different no-fault issues are decided.

Related: Can legislation change who’s at fault?

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