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U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review of Sixth Circuit's Decision That No-Fault Statute Is Not Pre-Empted by ERISA

 
 

HLD, v. 29, n. 8 (August 2001)

Review Denied

U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review of Sixth Circuit's Decision That No-Fault Statute Is Not Pre-Empted by ERISA

The U.S. Supreme Court denied review of a Sixth Circuit decision that Michigan's no-fault automobile insurance statute that rendered the health insurer primarily liable when there was a priority dispute between the no-fault insurer and the health insurer is not pre-empted by the Employee Retirement Income Security Act ("ERISA"). The Sixth Circuit's opinion makes the health insurer primarily liable for an insured's medical expenses arising from an automobile accident. The Sixth Circuit's opinion was published at 238 F.3d 743 (6th Cir. Jan. 4, 2001).

American Med. Sec., Inc. v. AAA Mich., No. 00-1535, cert. denied, 69 U.S.L.W. 3753 (U.S. June 5, 2001).

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