No-fault Insurance Anti-fraud Litigation ― A Practitioner Guide
  • No-fault Insurance Anti-fraud Litigation ― A Practitioner Guide

  • ISBN13:9781634257909
  • 出版社:Amer Bar Assn
  • 作者:Max Gershenoff; Barry I. Levy
  • 裝訂/頁數:平裝/312頁
  • 規格:22.2cm*14.6cm*1.9cm (高/寬/厚)
  • 出版日:2019/06/07
  • 促銷優惠:新書特價
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No-fault insurance fraud amounts to a significant fraud tax on consumers, estimated at billions of dollars each year. Currently, twelve states have a no-fault law, and while there are considerable variations among the no-fault laws in each of these states, they can broadly be classified by the degree to which the respective systems permit or abolish tort liability, and the type of threshold an injured party must meet before tort liability is permitted.

Written by practitioners who have tried hundreds of no-fault anti-fraud cases, this book provides a general and practice-focused guide from the perspective of a plaintiff-insurer. The authors explain how to identify corporate structure fraud as well as fraud involving medically unnecessary services, kickbacks, or illusory services. Subsequent chapters address the critical issues involved once an anti-fraud insurance case is initiated, including selecting the defendants and the venue, preparing the complaint, motions to dismiss, counterclaims, discovery, provisional remedies, and settlements, summary judgments, and trial.
Max Gershenoff, Esq., of Mineola, New York, helps insurers prosecute and defend complex civil lawsuits against alleged no-fault insurance fraud rings, including claims under the federal RICO act.

Barry I. Levy, Esq., practices law in New York City. He has been lead counsel in hundreds of complex insurance fraud cases, including many suits to recover claim payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others involved in insurance fraud schemes.