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Appellate Division Approves Suit By Comp Carrier Against Third Party Tortfeasor Even Where Injured Worker Had A Verbal Threshold Policy

By on December 10, 2018 in Court Rulings with 0 Comments

Automobile insurance carriers should expect an uptick in workers’ compensation carrier subrogation claims for medical expenses and temporary disability benefits, regardless of whether the injured worker was subject to the verbal threshold in his/her personal automobile policy based upon the recent published Appellate Division decision in New Jersey Transit Corporation v. Sandra Sanchez, A-0761-17T3 (App. […]

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NJ Court Finds that Expenses Paid Pursuant to Med Pay Coverage Are Subject to Collateral Source Rule and Are Not Recoverable in a Subsequent Subrogation Action

This Law Division case involved a novel question as to whether costs and expenses paid pursuant to an insured’s Extended Medical Expense Coverage (“Med-Pay”) are subject to the collateral source rule and, hence, not recoverable in a subsequent subrogation action. Although there is case law on whether Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) benefits can be subrogated, […]

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