Fraud Fighters Gain Two Laws In Minnesota

 Wednesday, June 17, 2015

 Coalition Against Insurance Fraud

Minnesota has added new powers to lodge civil actions against insurance fraudsters and kick swindlers out of the insurance system, the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud announced. The strong anti-fraud measures became law when Gov. Mark Dayton signed a larger omnibus bill containing the provisions into law Sunday. "These powers will add teeth to the state’s anti-fraud effort by injecting penalties that can empty the wallets of swindlers who try to rip off the insurance system,” said Howard Goldblatt, the Coalition’s director of government affairs.
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