Nj Deemer Statute
What happens when a Philadelphia driver is in a New Jersey …
They may be deemed to have verbal threshold. Thus, they may not sue at-fault drivers for pain and suffering damages. This is due to New Jersey’s Deemer Statute.
New Jersey’s Deemer statute does not apply to pedestrians hit …
New Jersey’s Deemer statute does not apply to pedestrians hit in New Jersey if the pedestrian is insured in another state. … In this case of first …
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N.J. Stat. Ann. § 39:6B-1 and N.J. Stat. Ann. $ 38:6A-3.3. In Rivera v. McCray, … of the statute relating to financial responsi- Chapter 11–No-Fault Benefits: Eco … ered by the “deemer” statute, the plaintiff’s the New York policy, where the plaintiff.
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