New Jersey is considering an overhaul of its no-fault auto-insurance system to curb what the state's Department of Banking and Insurance says are surging personal-injury-protection costs. "A few outlying [medical] providers found ways to abuse and take advantage of the system, and really have an unfair and inequitable way of drawing down New Jersey's coverage dollars," state Insurance Commissioner Thomas Considine said.

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