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Geico corporate headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Photo: DCStockPhotography/Shutterstock Geico corporate headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland. (Photo: DCStockPhotography/Shutterstock)

Geico, the second-largest U.S. auto insurer, recently filed a lawsuit that claims the owner of a Brooklyn medical supply company defrauded the insurer and others by billing them for unnecessary medical equipment, including orthotic devices and pain-relief accessories.

According to the complaint, which was filed in the Eastern District of New York, Alexander Gorbachev and his business, Grand Medical Supply, provided equipment in response to prescriptions from doctors who treated the victims of no-fault automobile crashes. The doctors are not named as defendants in the suit.

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