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September 15, 2012

'SERIOUS INJURY' THRESHOLD PRISM POLISHED BY COURT OF APPEALS

The case Perl v. Meher,1 decided by the Court of Appeals on Nov. 22, 2011, is a trilogy of automobile accident personal injury cases out of the First and Second Departments addressing the vexing application of the serious injury threshold under the New York State Insurance Law in a litigation realm replete with fraudulent and frivolous claims.

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