Mass. Businessman to Appear in Court to Face Insurance Fraud Charges

 Wednesday, October 26, 2011

 Insurance Journal

A Peabody, Mass., business owner who was indicted for allegedly collecting tens of thousands of dollars in fraudulent claims will be at a criminal case court hearing this Friday. Robert Giller, age 52, was indicted in connection with collecting over $28,000 in fraudulent insurance claims for work allegedly performed at his automotive and glass companies, according to Attorney General Martha Coakley. He was charged with insurance fraud (20 counts), larceny over $250 by false pretence (18 counts), and attempted larceny (2 counts).
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