No-Fault Reform Bill Awaiting House Passage, Short Of Mark For 'Significance': Alliance

March 2003
Insurance Advocate;3/17/2003, Vol. 114 Issue 11, p21
Focuses on the pending passage of a bill aimed at reforming Colorado's no-fault automobile insurance system in the House of Representatives. Removal of certain coverages from mandatory first-party benefits; Strengthening of the threshold for bringing third-party liability lawsuits.


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