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No Contract Required: Statutory No-Fault Benefits are Assignable in the Absence of an Insurance Contract
Northland provides that a contract of insurance is not required for an underlying claimant to assign their statutory right to no-fault benefits to a medical provider. Accordingly, insurers or self-insured entities should investigate the validity of assignments as the defense of “no contract of insurance” is not a basis for dismissal of a provider claim.
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