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Insurance companies are bringing more and more fraud actions against policyholders, health care providers who treat policyholders, and others involved in the insurance process. A defendant in one such case, against whom a significant judgment had been entered, moved to mark the judgment that had been entered against him satisfied. If the risks of engaging in insurance fraud are not high enough, then the court’s decision denying the defendant’s motion provides yet another significant deterrent.

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