Episode 175

New York Loss Transfer in Ridesharing and Transportation Network Cases


January 12th, 2021

28 mins 47 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “New York Loss Transfer in Ridesharing and Transportation Network Cases” Christopher Major provides an overview of recover options for carriers in these types of cases.

Major discusses the following:

  • New York “No Fault” Law Article 51;
  • New York Loss Transfer;
  • Transportation network Companies and Article 44-B of the Vehicle and Traffic Law;
  • Weight and use requirements;
  • The Effect on the Workers’ Compensation carriers;
  • The “carve out” and ways around it.

This audio is from a live webinar provided to clients on January 11, 2021.

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