NY Docs Billed $23M In No-Fault Insurance Fraud: Geico

Law360, Chicago (August 23, 2011, 6:44 PM EDT) -- Geico Casualty Co. on Friday sued a slew of doctors and purported medical centers in New York, alleging that they submitted $23 million in sham billing claims backed by fake test results under the state's no-fault automobile coverage.

The more than 30 defendants allegedly billed for fictitious services that were never rendered, submitted fake test results to back up those billing claims, and in some cases provided services that were incompetent and rendered without regard for patients' welfare, according to Geico, which claims it lost $12.2...
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Case Information

Case Title

Government Employees Insurance Company et al v. Dublin et al

Case Number



New York Eastern

Nature of Suit

Fraud or Truth-In-Lending


Pamela K. Chen

Date Filed

August 19, 2011


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