New fraud charges were filed on Tuesday against a West Orange, N.J., personal injury lawyer and his firm, both under indictment for almost two years on charges that they used runners and were involved in a phony accident scheme.
An Essex County grand jury indicted Irwin Seligsohn and Goldberger, Seligsohn & Shinrod (now known as Goldberger & Seligsohn) on charges they conspired between 1998 and 2003 to submit insurance claims for a fake auto accident, the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice announced.
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