Minnesota Supreme Court holds that heads of households do not need to replace services to recover replacement service loss benefits under the Minnesota No-Fault Act.

On June 17, 2015, the Minnesota Supreme Court held in Schroeder v. W. Nat. Mut. Ins. Co., A13-2289, 2015 WL 3739535, that an injured person who provides care and maintenance of a home as a full-time responsibility may recover no-fault replacement service loss benefits, regardless of whether the services were actually replaced.  Read more here.