Insurance Fraud

Landmark N.J. Supreme Court Ruling Boosts Fraud Fight

, New York Law Journal

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Insurance Fraud columnist Evan H. Krinick writes: There seems to be no limit to the kinds of schemes that people create to defraud insurance companies and, by extension, the public, through higher premiums. Now, however, the New Jersey Supreme Court has issued a unanimous decision that certainly will help to reduce insurance fraud in New Jersey—and that, if its reasoning is adopted by other jurisdictions, likely will have the same effect in states across the country.

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