In No Fault context, MN Court of Appeals holds that maybe there is a free lunch

On July 7, 2014, the Minnesota Court of Appeals in Schroeder v. Western National Mutual Insurance Company, held that no-fault replacement services can actually be recovered when the replacement services themselves were never performed.   Read more here.

OLWK shareholder Mike Skram shared the defense perspective in a recent article published by Minnesota Lawyer.  Read the article here.

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