A federal appeals court has cleared the way for an insurance company to take back more than $663,000 it paid on what turned out to be false medical bills.

Allstate Insurance Co. won every point before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. It was reviewing an appeal filed by three medical clinics following their loss in a federal district court in Tampa.

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