California D.A.s Get $23M in Grants to Battle Auto Insurance Fraud

 Wednesday, October 5, 2011

 Insurance Journal

Maria Ramirez’ job heading the battle against automobile fraud in the state’s most populous county is tough enough. But her division is “operating on fumes” amid a rise in that type of crime and scaled-back local government budgets, so the announcement of several million in funding grants gave her reason to cheer. District attorneys’ offices around California will be getting a part of $23 million in grant funding to battle automobile insurance fraud.
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