Minnesota Court of Appeals holds that out-of-state insurers not licensed to write motor-vehicle insurance in Minnesota are not obligated to provide no-fault benefits to insureds injured in Minnesota.

In Founders Ins. Co. v. Yates, the Minnesota Court of Appeals recently held that an out-of-state insurer that is not licensed to write motor-vehicle insurance in Minnesota is not obligated to provide basic economic-loss benefits under the Minnesota No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act—Minn. Stat. §§ 65B.41-.71 (2014) to an insured who was injured in Minnesota.  Read more here.

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