Episode 319

Workers' Compensation vs. PIP: The Interplay Between Comp and No-Fault in New York and New Jersey


February 20th, 2024

36 mins 18 secs

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About this Episode

In both New York and New Jersey, workers’ compensation is deemed primary to no-fault benefits, such that the carrier is expected to pay for medical treatment and indemnity in a work-related motor vehicle accident. What impact this has on the workers’ compensation claim and any third-party actions, however, differs vastly between the two States.

In this episode, “Workers’ Compensation vs. PIP: The Interplay Between Comp and No-Fault in New York and New Jersey,” Christopher Major dives into the interaction between PIP and WC benefits, the potential exposure it creates, and the rights and remedies of workers’ compensation carriers in such instances.

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