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On June 11, 2010 Geico filed a $1.8 million lawsuit, accusing a Queens, New York radiology center of a no-fault auto insurance fraud scheme that involved thousands of suspect claims for service.

The ten defendants implicated in the suit were not identified by name, but the auto insurer did confirm (via a press release) that the radiology center, its non-physician owner, two medical corporations, two doctors, two lawyers, and a Long Island-based law firm all stand accused of misdeeds.

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