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Supreme Court rules workers’ compensation settlement may close out not only the workers’ compensation injury, but also conditions and complications arising out of the injury, even if the settlement does not specifically reference the condition or complication.

In Virgenia M. Ryan v. Potlatch Corporation and Self-Insured/Comp Cost, Inc., — N.W.2d — (Minn. July 13, 2016), Virgenia M. Ryan sustained a back injury arising out of and in the course of her employment, and agreed to a “full, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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