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New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Group announced that a New Jersey chiropractor has agreed to pay the West Trenton, N.J.-based insurer $1 million for conducting tests using unauthorized technicians, among them a 15-year-old boy.

The carrier said the settlement came after it sued Dr. Sean Nisivoccia for fraudulent nerve conduction velocity tests that were conducted at his chiropractic offices in East Orange, N.J. The tests were done on more than 60 individuals with auto accident claims from 1999 to late 2004.

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