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MSPRC to Resume Issuing RAR Letters as of 6/10

By Jason D. Lazarus, J.D., LL.M., MSCC, CSSC

The MSPRC issued a new alert today indicating resumption of Rights and Responsibilities letters on June 10th.  However, it appears that demand letters are still on hold.  This is related, we believe, to the Haro decision (to view the Haro decision click HERE).  The MSPRC temporarily suspended RAR and demand letters on 5/25.

The alert issued today reads as follows:

ALERT UPDATE: Issuance of the Demand letters is temporarily suspended – Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter (“RAR”) is complete.

The Demand letter for liability insurance (including self-insurance), no-fault insurance and workers’ compensation has been temporarily suspended while this letter is under review. The MSPRC is still working cases, and Demand letters will be mailed out once this review is complete. Review of the Rights and Responsibilities letter (“RAR”) is complete. Issuance of the RAR is anticipated to resume on June 10, 2011. A copy of the revised RAR will be made available by that time on this website.

To keep up to date with news at the MSPRC, visit the MSPRC’s website by clicking HERE.

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