NYC Atty Admits To Role In $279M No-Fault Insurance Fraud

Law360, New York (March 15, 2013, 5:21 PM EDT) -- A lawyer from Queens, N.Y., has admitted to trolling for clients willing to file fake claims in two separate conspiracies to defraud private insurance companies under the state's no-fault automobile insurance law — including a role in a record $279 million no-fault scheme, prosecutors said Friday.

Sol Naimark, 54, admitted to the crimes Thursday in front of Manhattan federal Judge J. Paul Oetken.

"Naimark actively solicited clients for whom he could churn out bogus lawsuits as part of a multimillion-dollar insurance fraud scheme. It is particularly...
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