Where a defendant insurance company moved for summary judgment on the issue of whether MRI scans performed by a chiropractor were compensable under the no-fault statute, a judge’s decision to deny that motion should be affirmed despite the insurer’s contention that, under MCL 500.3107b(b), reimbursement for the MRIs is precluded because MRIs were not included in the definition of “practice of chiropractic” under MCL 333.16401 as of Jan. 1, 2009.
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