Restitution to Insurance Carriers: the New York Rule

, New York Law Journal

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In his Insurance Fraud column, Rivkin Radler's Evan H. Krinick points out that a recent California appellate court held that insurance companies are not direct victims entitled to criminal restitution simply because they reimbursed a victim for losses. In New York, the rule is quite different.

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