Insurance Fraud

Arbitration or Litigation of No-Fault Disputes

, New York Law Journal


In his Insurance Fraud column, Evan H. Krinick writes that one of the most effective tools for insurers fighting no-fault insurance fraud is the filing of lawsuits in federal court against health care providers who have received payment for services they contend they have provided to injured policyholders. Recently, defendants in these actions have responded by seeking to compel arbitration, a tactic the Second Circuit has now weighed in on.

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Originally appeared in print as Arbitration or Litigation of No-Fault Disputes: the Second Circuit Speaks

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