November 18, 2013 – Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has been a vocal opponent of the new flood insurance policies.
By Colleen Quinn STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, OCT. 26, 2011….Insurance agents pushing to ban insurance companies from using credit scores, educational background and other socioeconomic factors when setting auto insurance premiums have dropped their plans to pursue a 2012 ballot question after reaching an agreement with a legislative committee reviewing at the […]
The Massachusetts Attorney General’s office just announced that the owner of an Auburn siding company pled guilty and was sentenced in connection with forging insurance certificates to falsely claim that he had valid workers’ compensation insurance coverage in connection with a construction project. Joseph D. Willis, age 50, of Auburn, pled guilty in Worcester Superior […]
The Attorney General’s office announced on Friday that John Toyias, age 45, of Waltham, MA was charged with 55 counts of Unemployment Fraud, two counts of Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud, two counts of Larceny over $250 and Attempted Larceny. Attorney General Coakley said that, “Insurance and unemployment fraud are serious crimes that lead to a […]