Task Force to Strengthen Minnesota’s No-Fault Insurance Policy

Legislation was heard in the Commerce Committee to form a task force to examine issues with Minnesota’s no-fault auto insurance system. The task force would have 19 members comprised of representatives from insurance companies, the medical field, elected officials, the Commissioner of Commerce, and other relevant stakeholders. Four issues related to no-fault auto insurance would be the subject of review: (1) no-fault arbitration process; (2) independent medical exam process; (3) treatment standards and fee schedules; and (4) no-fault health provider oversight

After their review of these processes, the task force would issue a report to the Legislature with their recommendations for areas where these processes could be modified. The bill was re-referred to the Committee on State and Local Government. (S.F. 957)

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