In today's Rogak No-Fault Blog:
While Hurricane Isaac heads for New Orleans, another hurricane is headed right for New York No-Fault.
An arbitrator has just ruled that, pursuant to an opinion letter issued by the New York State Health Department about the effect of the Public Health Law, no-fault must cover pre-existing conditions. Not only that, but if a no-fault claim is denied based on pre-existing condition, and the policy later becomes exhausted, the insurer must pay in excess of the policy limits.
Better board up your windows, and bring in the lawn furniture, folks.