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One year after Superstorm Sandy struck the state, New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (“DOBI”) Commissioner Ken Kobylowski is cautioning consumers to remain vigilant about insurance fraud. 

“Each year, insurance fraud costs companies tens of billions of dollars,” said Commissioner Kobylowski. “Ultimately, this costs consumers in the form of higher premiums. Understanding, identifying, and reporting insurance fraud can help reduce insurance premiums for everyone.” 

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