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State acts to reduce fraud by lawyers

Insurers directed to tell consumers when settlements are made

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / January 8, 2008

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Insurance companies doing business in Massachusetts must notify consumers when settlement checks of $5,000 or more have been sent to their lawyers, according to a recent directive by the state insurance commissioner intended to reduce attorney fraud. (Full article: 497 words)

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