New York State Court of Appeals Insurance Fraud — Arson Inconsistent Verdict — Legally Sufficient Evidence People v. Abraham No. 192 Judge Lippman Background: The defendant was charged with arson and insurance fraud. The defendant argued that because he was acquitted of arson, the prosecution could not establish that he knew the cause of the fire or […]
Investigators with the Rochester Office of Public Integrity and the Rochester Police Department have arrested the owner of a business performing work for the city. Christine Clendenning, 42, of 320 Lakeshore Blvd. Extension ...
In a report issued earlier this month, the New York State Insurance Department indicated there were 12,807 cases of suspected fraud involving no-fault auto insurance in 2010. The figure represents 88 percent of the total number of suspected health care fraud cases received in 2010 ...
New York State Court of Appeals Insurance Fraud Health Care — Legislative Oversight People v. Boothe Appealed from the First Department No. 31 Background: The defendant, the chief operating officer and executive vice president of a managed health care provider, was indicted on charges that included two counts of insurance fraud in the first degree. A […]
A Rochester woman was arrested on accusations she fraudulently collected $245,900 in workers’ compensation benefits by sending her insurance company fake prescription drug claims was arrested Oct. 8, the New York Insurance Department reported Tuesday.
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