Two Brooklyn lawyers on Thursday agreed to give up their law licenses in a case where they were accused of providing cover to a suspended lawyer, allowing him to continue practicing for 19 months.

David Resnick and Serge Binder were the 13th and 14th attorneys ensnared in an investigation that began in 1999 when a “runner” first came under scrutiny for bribing hospital employees. The bribes were an attempt to gain access to accident victims whose no-fault cases were then steered to attorneys for as much as $500.

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