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State Farm Mutual Auto Ins Co v Michigan Oil & Gas Association; (COA-UNP, 7/11/1989; RB #1278)

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Michigan Court of Appeals; Docket No. 110277; Unpublished  
Judges McDonald, Cavanagh, and Reilly; Unanimous; Per Curiam  
Official Michigan Reporter Citation:  Not Applicable; Link to Opinion alt    


STATUTORY INDEXING:    
Coordination with Other Health and Accident Medical Insurance [§3109a]    
Coordination with ERISA Plans [§3109a]

TOPICAL INDEXING:
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA – 29 USC Section 1001, et seq.)    


CASE SUMMARY:    
In this unanimous per curiam Opinion, the Court of Appeals held that pursuant to the decision by the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Northern Group Services v Auto Owners, the federal ERISA statute did not preempt the coordination of benefits provisions of §3109a of the no-fault statute. Therefore, plaintiff no-fault insurance company was entitled to reimbursement from defendant employee benefit plan.


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