No-Fault Forms & Resources
No-Fault is short for the Department of Insurance Regulation 68 which was first promulgated in 1974. A revised Regulation 68 was filed on August 2, 2001, with the Department of State.
Regulation 83 - The No-Fault Fee Schedule
Regulation 83 in its most current form is publicly available, directly via the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations.
Regulation 83 (11 NYCRR 68) can also be accessed there, via the following path:
- Title 11 Insurance
- Chapter III Policy and Certificate Provisions
- Subchapter B. Property and Casualty Insurance
- Part 68 Charges for Professional Health Services
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