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September 25th, 2017

Fraud Arrests of 5 Florida Personal Injury Lawyers Represent ‘PIP’ of the Iceberg

According to reports published last week, at least five Florida personal injury lawyers have been arrested for their alleged roles in a car accident racket known as “PIP” fraud, but we know this represents barely the tip of the PIP fraud iceberg . . . → Read More: Fraud Arrests of 5 Florida Personal Injury Lawyers Represent ‘PIP’ of the Iceberg

May 26th, 2011

Maryland Lawyer Emulated South Florida Counterparts, Now Faces up to 20 Years in Prison

Borrowing from the playbook of parasitic personal injury lawyers who have made South Florida the auto accident insurance-fraud capital of America, an attorney from Bethesda, Maryland, got in over his head and has been popped in a sting operation . . . → Read More: Maryland Lawyer Emulated South Florida Counterparts, Now Faces up to 20 Years in Prison

April 13th, 2011

New Report Shows Rising Auto Accident Fraud as Reforms Advance in Tallahassee

A new report by Florida’s Office of Insurance Regulation offers the latest confirmation of the fact that costly auto accident fraud is on the rise in Florida . . . → Read More: New Report Shows Rising Auto Accident Fraud as Reforms Advance in Tallahassee

February 3rd, 2011

Literary Joke of the Day

Q-Why do personal injury lawyers engage in PIP fraud? A-They have great expectations . . . → Read More: Literary Joke of the Day

February 3rd, 2011

Will Trial Lawyers, Convened In Miami, Stand Against ‘PIP’ Fraud?

With Florida struggling to contain a costly epidemic of insurance fraud, personal injury lawyers convening in Miami this week should be asked what steps they’re willing to take to help reduce such fraud . . . → Read More: Will Trial Lawyers, Convened In Miami, Stand Against ‘PIP’ Fraud?

January 19th, 2011

South Florida’s Personal Injury Lawyers Drive Insurance Scams While Auto Premiums Soar

As many of the ambulance-chasers driving this latest wave of phony-injury insurance scams submit bills for 26-hour days, meetings with the dead, or meetings that otherwise never took place, regulators say “the filing of [such] lawsuits is out of control” . . . → Read More: South Florida’s Personal Injury Lawyers Drive Insurance Scams While Auto Premiums Soar