A Pennsylvania solo practitioner was charged Tuesday with leading a personal injury insurance fraud scheme since 1981 that bilked insurance companies out of more than $2 million.

Personal injury attorney H. Allen Litt, 58, of Bryn Mawr, Pa., has been charged along with 14 others in a scam involving falsifying personal injuries from made-up or exaggerated slip-and-fall and auto accident cases and submitting fraudulent insurance claims, Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham said.

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