Suspicion of fraud does not excuse an insurance company from paying or denying a claim within 30 days, a unanimous New York state appeals court in Brooklyn ruled Thursday.

The ruling from the Appellate Division, 2nd Department, rejected a challenge to the no-fault insurance law that was supported by the New York Insurance Association, a trade group representing dozens of insurers that write more than $7 billion in premiums in New York each year.

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