Geico Sues Medical Providers Over $5.7M In False Claims

By John Kennedy (August 18, 2015, 9:58 PM EDT) -- Geico is suing several allegedly fraudulent medical companies and their owners over more than $5.74 million in paid and pending claims for medical and physical therapy services provided to car accident victims in New York.

In a suit similar to one the insurance company filed in April, Geico claimed in its Aug. 10 complaint that the people managing the scheme bought medical licenses from doctors and used them to make the seven medical providers appear legitimate. The company wants to recover $2.74 million in no-fault insurance claims it already paid into the alleged scheme and seeks a judgment that it doesn't...

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