Jonathan Fischer’s Recent No-Fault Awards

What is No-Fault Coverage?

Minnesota has a statute that allows people injured in car accidents to get medical treatment, wage loss, and replacement services regardless of fault from their own insurance policy. No-fault applies to whether you hit a tree, deer, or were hit by a negligent driver, thus the term is "no-fault." Minnesota statutes require every insurance policy issued in the state Minnesota provide at least $20,000 of medical and $20,000 of wage loss "no-fault" coverage. When your insurance denies your claim, usually after sending you to their Doctor, we fight for your rights through a process known as no-fault arbitration. The awards are subject to the remaining no-fault coverage and can not be over $10,000.00 at the time of filing.

Most No-Fault cases settle prior to the hearing. Below are a few examples of my No-Fault cases that did not settle and the resulted Award:

Case

Best Offer

Award

S.W. v. American Family

$0.00

$15,551.14 (Policy Limits)

G.P. v. Metropolican Counsel

$0.00

$1,232.70

S.W. v American Family Insurance

$0.00

$11,591.07

S.K. v. State Farm Insurance

$0.00

$4,580.59

S.R v. Western National Insurance

$0.00

$4,740.36

J.C. v. American Family Insurance

$0.00

$9,342.88

T.R v. Gieco Insurance

$0.00

$21,949.96 (Policy Limits)

D.S. v Metropolican Counsel

$0.00

$3,037.20

M.B. v. State Farm Insurance

$0.00

$1,338.77 (Policy Limits)

F.B. v. American Family

$0.00

$6,514.00

E.G. v. American Family

$0.00

$10,785.84

V.J. v. Metropolican Counsel

$4,000.00

$11,249.76

L.D. v. AMCO Insurance

$0.00

$5,475.31

C.C. v. American Family

$0.00

$7,411.76

S.W. v. Progressive Direct Insurance Company

$5,500.00

$14,036.17

C.H. v. State Farm Insurance

$0.00

$10,352.52

M.B. v. State Farm Insurance

$0.00

$3,645.73

J.C. v.State Farm Insurance

$0.00

$11,806.94

 

 


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