No-Fault Insurance Anti-Fraud Litigation: An Overview

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 93 minutes
Recorded Date: October 25, 2017
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1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
  • Identify the fraud and build your case
  • Drafting and defending your complaint
  • Using Discovery to obtain a favorable judgment
Runtime: 1 hour and 33 minutes
Recorded: October 25, 2017


Though prosecutors, legislators, and regulators have made some attempts to resolve the problem, automobile insurers are—for now—the primary actors in the fight against no-fault fraud, and the primary vehicle for their action is civil litigation against no-fault insurance fraud rings.

This program is intended as a general guide to no-fault insurance anti-fraud litigation from the perspective of a plaintiff-insurer. No-fault insurance fraud has significant consequences for society. It imposes a "fraud tax" on consumers that is estimated at billions of dollars each year, undermines the laudable purpose of no-fault insurance laws, and exposes not only automobile insureds, but also the general public, to risk.

This program was recorded on October 25th, 2018.

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American Bar Association


Priscilla Kam, Esq.

Rivkin Radler, LLP

Priscilla Kam is an associate at the law firm of Rivkin Radler, LLP located in Uniondale, New York. She focuses her practice on complex insurance fraud litigation in both federal and state court, and assist insurers in prosecuting civil lawsuits under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Act. Ms. Kam counsels automobile insurers and also defends insurance carriers in actions challenging their claims-handling practices.

Ms. Kam is the current Vice Chair of the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Committee of the American Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division and has been publishing in the American Bar Association's Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal. In 2017, Ms. Kam was named a New York Rising Star by Super Lawyers.

Ryan Goldberg, Esq.

Rivkin Radler, LLP

Ryan Goldberg is a partner at the law firm of Rivkin Radler, LLP located in Uniondale, New York. Mr. Goldberg has helped automobile insurers achieve multimillion-dollar judgments and settlements in complex insurance fraud cases prosecuted in both state and federal court, and has helped develop case law that is used to combat insurance fraud. He counsels insurers on claims-handling practices and investigation techniques, and works with them to develop fraud prevetion, detection and recovery plans. Ryan also defense insurers in actions challenging their claim-handling practices.

Mr. Goldberg is on the Board of Directors for Harbor Child Care, and in 2016 was named one of the Top 40 Rising Stars in Business Under 40 by Long Island Business News.

Barry Cohen, Esq.

Founding Member
Abrams, Cohen & Associates

Barry Cohen is the founding member of Abrams, Cohen & Associates. Barry helps insurance companies navigate all types of fraudulent claims issues, including RICO and other recovery actions, evaluation of potential fraud involving medical billing related investigations, suspicious property-loss claims, fraud rings and other large scale fraud activity, fraudulently obtained insurance policies and premium ratings and fraudulent poersonal injury accident claims. Insurance carriers have consistently relied on Barry to conduct their most important examinations under oath. He is currently a member of the New York State Bar Association, the New York County Lawyer's Association, and the Defense Research Institute.

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