Who may the insurer exclude from receiving benefits?
An insurer may exclude no-fault benefits:
- For injury sustained by any person operating the insured motor vehicle without your express or implied consent.
- To any injured person, if his/her conduct contributed to the injury under either of the following circumstances: (1) causing injury to himself intentionally or (2) being injured while committing a felony.
- For injuries sustained by the named insured and relatives residing in the same household while occupying another motor vehicle owned by the named insured and not insured under the policy.