AllState is back in court again, as a Plaintiff, and that’s not too unusual. It’s good to know that the giant insurer realizes the importance of the civil jury system and will use the system when it believes it has been wronged. A Florida neurologic clinic that specializes in treating patients with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries was sued recently by the giant automotive insurance company for more than $7 million in false claims stemming from charges it abused patients, failed to provide treatment, and kept them hospitalized without medical justification. Allstate Insurance Co. filed the suit against the Florida Institute for Neurologic Rehabilitation, Inc., and its owner, Joseph Brennick, in the U.S. District Court for Middle District of Florida under the federal Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Act, for breach of contract, and a variety of fraud charges.
Source: Insurance Journal
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