The APDRA authorize remands to a dispute resolution professional in certain limited situations where a PIP arbitration award has been judicially vacated or modified
A state appeals court rebuffs a stance by arbitrators that personal injury protection disputes may not be remanded to them after trial courts weigh in
The rules and regulations governing PIP dispute resolution proceedings do not authorize judicial review of an interlocutory order or other interim action taken by the National Arbitration Forum
Interim actions by the National Arbitration Forum in PIP benefits disputes aren't subject to judicial review, and so a trial judge should not have overturned an NAF case coordinator's case-management
A state appeals court on Thursday upheld an arbitration rule that requires automobile accident victims to prove emergent medical care in order to qualify for New Jersey PIP benefits
Rule 4 of the New Jersey No-Fault Arbitration Rules is valid; the rule requires an individual seeking emergent medical treatment disputed by a personal injury protection (PIP) insurer to demonstrate
Defendant-sewerage authority properly excluded the users in the customer communities from its calculation of service units when determining connection fees
Defendant-authority did not violate equal protection in imposing the same connection fee on age-restricted apartments as on single-family residences; nor did it err in excluding the users in the cust
A fairness hearing is an appropriate vehicle to evaluate a settlement between the parties setting a sewer connection fee for the 2004 fiscal year, and the settlement here was fair and reasonable
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