Three plead guilty to orchestrating false insurance claims for law firm

, New Jersey Law Journal

A month after a personal injury firm and one of its partners pleaded guilty to using runners to concoct fraudulent insurance claims, three other people have admitted complicity and pleaded guilty to health care claims fraud and conspiracy to commit such fraud. The defendants admitted producing the accident cases for Irwin Seligsohn, a partner with Seligsohn, Goldberger & Shinrod -- the first lawyer and first law firm to be prosecuted under a New Jersey law that criminalized attorneys' use of runners.

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