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.
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.