Insurance Fraud Prevention Act

Insurance Fraud Prevention Act

Legislation in the United States criminalizing insurance fraud at the federal level. The Act prohibits persons and companies from embezzling or stealing premiums or other funds due to an insurance company. Many states also have their own insurance fraud protection acts.
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However, the resulting legislation, the Automobile Insurance Fraud Prevention Act of 2010 (A.
The suspicious nature of the Lands' claim led Liberty Mutual to deny coverage and file suit against the Lands and Burge for violating the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act (the "IFPA").
The federal government has reinforced state insurance fraud efforts through legislation, the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act of 1994.
The March 2001 lawsuit proved the defendants violated the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act by unlawfully delivering chiropractic and other health care services through unlicensed and unsupervised personnel.
The California Insurance Fraud Prevention Act has enacted a novel, anti-fraud law that was designed to help combat insurance fraud.
In exchange, Liberty Mutual withdraws its lawsuit filed October 25, 2000, against the defendants for violating the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act.
The lawsuit, filed March 2 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County, alleges the defendants violated the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act by unlawfully delivering chiropractic and other health care services through unlicensed and unsupervised personnel.
Liberty Mutual seeks a judgement declaring it has no obligation to make any payments of PIP medical service benefits to any of the defendants, repayment of all prior PIP benefits paid to the defendants since March 1, 1997, a just punitive award for damages, plus reimbursement of all of its costs and attorneys' fees for this lawsuit under the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act.
Greenberg and his defendant practices, and a punitive award tripling that amount, plus reimbursement of all of its costs and attorneys' fees for this lawsuit under the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act.
The lawsuit, filed October 25 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Morris County, accuses the defendants of violating the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act by submitting claims to Liberty Mutual for personal injury protection (PIP) benefits which they knew they were not entitled to recover.
Liberty Mutual seeks repayment of all prior PIP benefits paid to Neuro Muscular Group, and a punitive award tripling that amount, plus reimbursement of all of its costs and attorneys' fees for this lawsuit under the New Jersey Insurance Fraud Prevention Act.
The lawsuit, filed October 17 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Morris County, accuses the defendants of violating the Insurance Fraud Prevention Act by, among other activities, accepting patient referrals in exchange for rent payments.
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