Exclusions from coverage
(1) The insurer may exclude from the coverage for personal injury protection benefits any injured person who:
(a) Intentionally causes self-injury;
(b) Is participating in any prearranged or organized racing or speed contest or practice or preparation for any such contest; or
(c) Willfully conceals or misrepresents any material fact in connection with a claim for personal injury protection benefits.
(2) The insurer may exclude from the coverage for the benefits required by ORS 742.524 (Contents of personal injury protection benefits) (1)(b) and (c) any person injured as a pedestrian in an accident outside this state, other than the insured person or a member of that person’s family residing in the same household. [Formerly 743.815; 2005 c.341 §2]
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