Minnesota Automobile Assigned Claims Bureau
Function: Governs the operations of the Minnesota Auto Assigned Claims Plan in providing no-fault basic economic loss benefits to eligible recipients.
Minnesota Automobile Assigned Claims Plan Governing Committee 
Commerce Department: Insurance Division
7 members (including 2 public members appointed by the governor); no compensation.
The Bureau is administered by a Governing Committee that consists of seven members; one member is elected from each of the following classes of companies: Alliance of American Insurers, American Insurance Association, National Association of Independent Insurers and Non-Affiliated Insurance Companies; one Self-Insurer elected by the Self-Insurers; and two public members appointed by the governor to two-year terms.
Biennially on a date fixed by the Committee, each respective class of companies described and the Self-Insurers shall elect its representative to the Committee to serve two-year terms or until a successor is elected. The governor shall appoint two public members to serve two-year terms. The Bureau Staff shall be appointed by the Committee.
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