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Court of Appeals Ruling in Shutter -NYLJ 1997

Updated: Dec 1, 2023

In December, 1997 we published an article in the prestigious “Outside Counsel” column of the New York Law Journal discussing the New YorkCourt of Appeals ruling in Shutter v. Phillips Display Components, which held that a workers’ compensation insurer does not have a lien against an injured worker’s recovery from the uninsured or underinsured motorist provision of his or her own automobileinsurance policy.


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