New Jersey insurance organizations are preparing to launch an expensive campaign to push through legislation reversing the effects of a recent court decision expected to spur more pain and suffering claims by auto injury victims, an insurer group representative said.

Contracts are in the works with the powerful Newark, N.J.-based Winning Strategies media firm and veteran Trenton lobbyist and attorney Paul Anzano, according to Richard Stokes, regional vice president for the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI).

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