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Auto Insurance Fraud

Auto Insurance FraudStaged accidents and loosely-regulated medical assessment companies have plagued the auto insurance sector in Ontario--and the Greater Toronto Area in particular--with millions of dollars in faudulent claims in recent years. Insurance companies and the Ontario provincial government are stepping up the fight against fraud with new regulations and lawsuits against unscrupulous assessment and rehab clinics.
Fraudster Sentenced to Jail Time in Project Whiplash

Fraudster Sentenced to Jail Time in Project Whiplash

‘Directing mind’ of clinics in fraud ring must also pay $1.3M in restitution

Toronto-Area Fraudster Sentenced to Jail

Toronto-Area Fraudster Sentenced to Jail

Man lied about pick-up truck theft, company says

Toronto Towing Operator Charged with Fraud

Toronto Towing Operator Charged with Fraud

Aviva claims towing company owner filed ‘fictitious’ invoice

Top 5 Industry News Stories of the Week: July 18 – 24

Top 5 Industry News Stories of the Week: July 18 – 24

Heavy fines laid in auto fraud investigation; Travelers, ACE both see income drop

Aviva Launches Legal Action Over Alleged Underwriting Fraud

Aviva Launches Legal Action Over Alleged Underwriting Fraud

Insurer claims former broker employee coached policyholders

IBAO Hopes Liberals Will Continue Fraud Reform

IBAO Hopes Liberals Will Continue Fraud Reform

Ontario brokers congratulate Wynne on majority victory

Toronto-area rehabilitation clinic fined $75,000 for auto insurance fraud

Toronto-area rehabilitation clinic fined $75,000 for auto insurance fraud

Conviction resulted from “Project Whiplash”

Ontario government to move auto insurance dispute resolution system

Ontario government to move auto insurance dispute resolution system

System will move from FSCO to Ministry of the Attorney General’s Licence Appeal Tribunal

Premier Wynne addresses 15% rate cut at IBAO Convention

Premier Wynne addresses 15% rate cut at IBAO Convention

Wynne outlined measures government will take to meet reduction target “responsibly”

Majority of North American insurers say personal lines fraud losses will increase in 2013: survey

Majority of North American insurers say personal lines fraud losses will increase in 2013: survey

1 in 3 insurers feel inadequately protected against fraud

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