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Summary:

Fraudulent disclosures/representations/statements to obtain or deny insurance benefits will be punished. Fraudulent "statements" includes falsified medical charts, x-rays, and other medical records.

Summary:

In an action alleging use of runners, cappers, steerers or other persons to procure clients or patients under an insurance contract, the complaint and all material evidence shall be served on the district attorney and the Insurance Commissioner, and shall be filed in camera, and remain under seal for at least 60 days.

Summary:

In a civil action for insurance fraud, a copy of the complaint and written disclosure of all material evidence and information shall be served on the district attorney and commissioner. The complaint will be filed in camera and placed under seal for at least 60 days, and will not be served upon the defendant until the court so orders.

Summary:

The insurer or licensed rating organization must release all relevant information to an authorized governmental agency if requested by the agency or if the insurer has reason to suspect worker’s compensation fraud. The governmental agency is in turn authorized to share the information with other authorized governmental agencies.

Summary:

Information for insurance claim analysis shall not be released to public inspection until civil/criminal proceeding or bureau's annual report.

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