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112 individuals and four corporations were charged in connection with the operation of a multi-million dollar automobile insurance fraud ring in the metropolitan area. Among those charged were three medical doctors, two medical clinics, two chiropractors, a physical therapist, an acupuncturist, two lawyers, and an NYPD Administrative Aide. The 14-month investigation, dubbed "Operation Whiplash," uncovered an organized network engaged in a scheme to defraud insurers by filing false accident reports and fictitious claims of physical injury. In many instances, fraudulent accident reports, doctors’ records, prescriptions and affidavits were created as part of the scheme. The scheme involved staged accidents, bogus accident reports allegedly generated by the NYPD Administrative Aide, and the use of runners to steer "victims" to medical providers and facilities that were part of the scheme.

Source:  New York State Insurance Department