A recent decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals impacts the submissions of medical expenses in no-fault claims. The Court held that Minnesota law bars a no-fault claim where the medical provider fails to submit the medical expenses to the no-fault insurerfrom the date of service or the date the health care provider knew or was informed of the correct name and address of the no-fault insurer. It came in a decision in the case of Western National Insurance Company v. Nguyen and pertains to Minn. Stat. § 62Q.75, subd. 3.