An introduction to the
Assigned Claims Bureau




In 1974 the Minnesota Legislature passed the Minnesota No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act.  As a result, the state became a compulsory insurance state. The Act requires owners of motor vehicles to purchase insurance policies which, at a minimum must include Personal Injury Protection (PIP) (also called No-Fault Protection), Liability Insurance, and Uninsured/Underinsured Insurance.

The goals of the Act are to ensure that everyone who is injured in a motor vehicle accident within the state of Minnesota has a source of PIP benefits. The Act determines which policy is the source of these PIP benefits.The Act also created the Minnesota Automobile Assigned Claims Bureau (MAACB) which provides PIP benefits to those who qualify but who, through no fault of their own, have no policy available to them.

Minnesota Automobile Assigned Claims Bureau
8362 Tamarack Village
Suite 119
Woodbury, MN  55125-3392
Tel: (763) 425-6634
Fax: (855) 976-4878

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Last updated: Wednesday, June26,2024
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It is not the purpose of any statement in this website to interpret the application of benefits under the law in any individual case, and should not be considered legal advise.