In 1975, the AAA and the Minnesota Supreme Court collaborated to introduce a rules-based approach to the administration of Minnesota Personal Injury Protection (PIP or No-Fault) disputes. Since then, the AAA has administered many thousands of cases in accordance with the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Insurance Arbitration Procedures.
Every four years, the AAA participates in a competitive bid process to serve as administrator for the Minnesota No-Fault Arbitration Caseload and has been reappointed each year. The Policy Statement of the Minnesota No-Fault Standing Committee details policies and procedures that the AAA will use to administer cases.
Minnesota No-Fault Standing Committee Members
Our office is located at:
2355 Highway 36 West
Roseville, MN 55113
To receive No-Fault Standing Committee quarterly agendas and minutes, please send a request to Krista Peach at KristaPeach@adr.org.
Rule Amendments – Effective April 18, 2022
On February 17, 2022, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an order amending the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedure effective April 18, 2022. The order includes amendments to Rule 10 and Rule 42, as well as Standard VIII of the Standards of Conduct for No-Fault Arbitrators.
To view the Court’s order, please use the following link: Minnesota Supreme Court Order – February 17, 2022.
Procedure Amendment – Effective November 8, 2022
On August 10, 2022, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an order amending current administrative procedures. The order provides that all arbitrators and representatives must use the electronic filing system (AAA WebFile® and AAA Panelist eCenter®) when filing new cases, filing Rule 5(g) Responses, filing Strike Lists, and filing Arbitrator Oaths & Disclosures.
Self-represented claimants are allowed to use paper filing for new cases and strikes provided to the AAA.
To view the Court’s order, please use the following link: Minnesota Supreme Court Order – August 10, 2022.
Rule Amendments – Effective December 30, 2022
On October 31, 2022, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an order amending the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedure effective December 30, 2022. The order includes amendments to Rule 5, Rule 8, and Rule 14.
To view the Court’s order, please use the following link: Minnesota Supreme Court Order – October 31, 2022.
Rule Amendment – Effective January 1, 2023
On July 13, 2022, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an order amending the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedure and Standards of Conduct for Minnesota No-Fault Arbitrators effective January 1, 2023. The order implements a new appeal process of certain No-Fault Standing Committee decisions.
To view the Court’s order, please use the following link: Minnesota Supreme Court Order – July 13, 2022.
The initiation of a case is governed under Rule 5 of the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration. To file a case, please review the
Minnesota No-Fault Arbitration Filing Instructions. A petition form must be included with your filing.
If you intend to represent yourself, please review the
Representing Yourself in MN No-Fault Arbitration packet. You should also be familiar with the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedures.
Methods of Submission
You may file a case by the following methods:
Copy to the Insurance Company
Pursuant to Rule 5 of the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration, you must send a copy of your filing to the insurance company you are filing against, in addition to the AAA. For your convenience, the AAA has compiled a list of insurance company addresses for Minnesota No-Fault filings. If you do not see the insurance company you wish to file against on this list, you should use the address on the last correspondence received or as directed by the insurance company.
The AAA serves as a neutral administrator within the No-Fault Arbitration process. Our goal is to provide parties with an orderly, efficient, and fair administrative experience. Parties and representatives participating in no-fault proceedings shall adhere to the
AAA MN No-Fault Insurance Standards of Conduct.
Administrative and Arbitrator Fees
In addition to the filing fee, there may be additional administrative and arbitrator fees throughout the duration of your case. To review these fees, please see Rules 13, 15, 39, and 40 of the Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedures.
Motion Practice Protocols for Parties & Representatives
Arbitrator Conduct Complaints
The Supreme Court’s No-Fault Standing Committee and the AAA understand the importance that the Minnesota No-Fault user community has the utmost confidence in the arbitration process and the arbitrators who serve on the No-Fault Panel. Arbitrators who serve on the No-Fault Panel are to adhere to the
Standards of Conduct for No-Fault Arbitrators. If you believe an arbitrator has violated these Standards, you may file a conduct complaint against the arbitrator. All complaints are investigated by the No-Fault Standing Committee.
Complaints should be sent to the American Arbitration Association with attention to the Assistant Vice President, Krista Peach. These forms may be emailed to MinnesotaNoFaultArbInfo@adr.org, by fax to 612-342-2334, or by mail to the address listed above.
Minnesota No-Fault Arbitrators Publicly Reprimanded by the Minnesota Supreme Court’s No-Fault Standing Committee
The following arbitrators were publicly reprimanded by order of the Minnesota Supreme Court’s No-Fault Standing Committee and are listed on the American Arbitration Association’s Minnesota No-Fault Arbitration webpage by order of the Committee. To view the Standing Committee’s order, click on the name of the arbitrator.
As administrator, the AAA assists the No-Fault Standing Committee in the management of the Minnesota No-Fault Panel. Arbitrators are approved by the No-Fault Standing Committee and are permitted to serve on the panel on a conditional basis, pending final approval by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Pursuant to Rule 10, arbitrators are required to recertify on an annual basis. The annual recertification process typically takes place between November and December. Failure to recertify or recertify in a timely manner may result in removal from the panel.
Arbitrator Education Courses
Minnesota Rules of No-Fault Arbitration Procedures
A Hodgepodge of Factors Influencing No-Fault Benefits Payments
Arbitration of Comprehensive and Collision Claims and Motion Practice
Minnesota No-Fault Best Practices
Minnesota No-Fault Legal Update
Minnesota No-Fault Professionalism