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New York's no-fault insurance law was passed years ago to create a simple, efficient system that would provide prompt compensation to accident victims without regard to fault, and in that way reduce costs for both courts and insureds. Under the law, automobile insurance providers are required to include in their policies coverage for injuries arising from car accidents, irrespective of who is to blame for the accident. The law requires car insurance providers to reimburse injured persons for "basic economic loss," including medical expenses, and it sets forth a schedule of permissible charges for specific services. An injured person who seeks medical treatment may assign her right to no-fault benefits to her medical provider, and that kind of assignment typical occurs.
At other times, the members and associates of the No-Fault Organization paid themselves through their own shell companies and then used the criminal proceeds to fund expensive vacations and to purchase luxury goods.
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