Judge Finds State Farm Sufficiently Alleged Claims Over Fraudulent Billing

Mealey's (October 28, 2015, 8:46 AM EDT) -- MINNEAPOLIS — State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. and State Farm Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. (collectively, State Farm) sufficiently alleged that a chiropractic firm and its owner engaged in a scheme to submit fraudulent bills under Minnesota’s No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act (No-Fault Act) for services that were not provided or medically unnecessary, a federal judge in Minnesota ruled Oct. 23 in denying the defendants’ motion to dismiss (State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, et al. v. Healthcare Chiropractic Clinic Inc., et al., No. 15-cv-2527, D....
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