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Driver Endorsed: NYSAIF Backs NY Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr.

Driver Endorsed: NYSAIF Backs NY Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr.

New Yorkers Stand Against Insurance Fraud certifies Assemblyman Fred Thiele as “Driver Endorsed” for his support no-fault insurance reform.

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Bayside Patch: We Need Car Insurance Reform, Not Higher Rates

Bayside Patch: We Need Car Insurance Reform, Not Higher Rates

New York citizens do not need the additional insurance coverage, known as SUM, for supplementary uninsured/underinsured motorist. They need legislation that will put an end to the accident-staging enterprises which endanger the public’s well-being and lead to increasing insurance costs.

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Queens Chronicle – David Schwartz: We need car insurance reform, not higher rates

Queens Chronicle – David Schwartz: We need car insurance reform, not higher rates

New York citizens do not need the additional insurance coverage, known as SUM, for supplementary uninsured/underinsured motorist. They need legislation that will put an end to the accident-staging enterprises which endanger the public’s well-being and lead to increasing insurance costs.

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NY ASSEMBLY UNANIMOUSLY PASSES “ALICE’S LAW”

NY ASSEMBLY UNANIMOUSLY PASSES “ALICE’S LAW”

Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Middle Village) and the family of Alice Ross are calling on the senate to swiftly re-pass the amended version of “Alice’s Law” that unanimously passed the assembly last night. The 2012 Legislative Session is slated to close tomorrow.

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NYSAIF PRAISES STATE SENATE FOR CALLING ON THE ASSEMBLY TO INCLUDE INSURANCE FRAUD REFORM

NYSAIF PRAISES STATE SENATE FOR CALLING ON THE ASSEMBLY TO INCLUDE INSURANCE FRAUD REFORM

New Yorkers Stand Against Insurance Fraud (NYSAIF), the grassroots coalition of citizens committed to fighting insurance fraud and protecting the safety of New York drivers, today applauded the Senate Majority for including “Alice’s Law” in a package of anti-crime measures that they are prioritizing for passage in the Assembly before the close of the 2012 Legislative Session on Thursday.

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NY Chief Assist. DA Dan Alonzo: The way to choke no-fault fraud

NY Chief Assist. DA Dan Alonzo: The way to choke no-fault fraud

As hard as we in law enforcement fight, no-fault fraud remains epidemic. It is no longer enough simply to combat this crime. We need to prevent it. And while there is no magic pill, one step would dry up the supply of patients to unscrupulous no-fault clinics: an effective anti-runner law.

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AAA NEW YORK JOINS FIGHT AGAINST AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD, ECHOES CALLS FOR PASSAGE OF “ALICE’S LAW

AAA NEW YORK JOINS FIGHT AGAINST AUTO INSURANCE FRAUD, ECHOES CALLS FOR PASSAGE OF “ALICE’S LAW

New Yorkers Stand Against Insurance Fraud (NYSAIF) was joined today by the leading auto organization AAA New York and Assemblyman David Weprin (D-Queens Village) to highlight the economic impact and safety risks associated with no- fault insurance fraud–one of the state’s fastest growing crimes.

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NYSAIF ANNOUNCES RADIO AD: “CRIMINALS”

NYSAIF ANNOUNCES RADIO AD: “CRIMINALS”

New Yorkers Stand Against Insurance Fraud today released a new radio advertisement entitled Criminals, alerting New Yorkers to one of the state’s fastest growing crimes and calling on the Assembly to immediately pass “Alice’s Law,” legislation that would make staging an auto accident a Class D felony.

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FAMILY OF ALICE ROSS: “MR. SPEAKER, BRING  ‘ALICE’S BILL’ TO THE FLOOR”

FAMILY OF ALICE ROSS: “MR. SPEAKER, BRING ‘ALICE’S BILL’ TO THE FLOOR”

The family of Alice Ross, a Queens woman who was killed in a staged auto accident by criminals committing insurance fraud today implored Speaker Silver to allow “Alice’s Bill” to come to the floor for a vote in the Assembly.

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NY to boot crooked docs from no-fault insurance

NY to boot crooked docs from no-fault insurance

The Automobile Insurance Fraud Unit in the state attorney general’s office has charged 407 people, including clinic owners and doctors, since it was established in 2001, spokeswoman Jennifer Givner said. The office, funded by the Department of Financial Services, has multiple pending investigations of staged-accident rings and corrupt clinics, she said.

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